100 Years of Aviation

Every second, 150 people get on an airplane. Today, flying is almost routine, yet hardly a century ago, boarding a plane required a good deal of courage and even a pinch of recklessness. France, a pioneer in world aviation, was among the first countries to use planes to transport mail and passengers. It required great sacrifices, and continues to challenge our most innovative minds.
Eve Geretti
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