St Pierre and the transatlantic aviation mystery

Charles Nungesser
Charles Nungesser

The French island off the coast of Canada is thought to hold the key to the mystery of a vanishing plane

A FRENCH island off the coast of Canada is thought to hold the key to the mystery of a plane that vanished attempting the first transatlantic crossing.
L’Oiseau Blanc disappeared in 1927 as French pilots François Coli and Charles Nungesser were flying from Paris - aiming for New York.
The most common theory says the plane was lost in a squall over ...

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