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Ambiance Villas Cancun Presidente Cabo San Lucas hotel Imperial Perlas Cancun Reef Playacar Corto Maltes Hotel Playa del Carmen
Mar Sareno Hotel and Suites Puerto Vallarta Marlyn Hotel Puerto Vallarta Vallarta Palace Puerto Vallarta
Cancun Plaza Cancun Aquamarina Beach Cancun Imperial Perlas Cancun Adult-only all-inclusive Aventure Palace Riviera Maya
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First flight of 120 feet . Dec. 17, 1903. Orville and Wilbur Wright t Kitty Hawk, N.C.; 120 feet in 12 seconds.
First flight in Eurpope of 200 feet. Oct. 23, 1906.
Alberto Santos-Dumont makes first observed flight in Europe, nearly 200 feet in 6 seconds, in France.
First crossing of English Channel by plane, 25 miles in 37 minutes. July 25, 1909. Louis Bleriot of France
First transcontinental flight, 4,231 miles, from Sheepshead Bay, Long Island, N.Y., to Long Beach, Calif., in 84 days and 70 stops; flying time, 82 hours, 14 minutes. In Sept. 17-Dec. 10, 1911. Calbraith Rodgers. That's 70 stops, folks.
May 15, 1918. U.S. Army pilots begin first continuous scheduled public-service airmail in U.S. between New York City and Washington, D.C.
First transatlantic flight on May 8-31, 1919. U.S. Navy makes this historic 4,526 mile flight from Rockaway, N.Y., to Plymouth, England, via Newfoundland, in 53 hours, 58 minutes.
June 14-15, 1919. Capt. John Alcock and Lieut. A.W. Brown of Britain in Vickers-Vimy bomber make first nonstop transatlantic flight, 1,960 miles, from Newfoundland to Ireland, in 16 hours, 12 minutes.
April 6-Sept. 28, 1924. Two U.S. Army Douglas World Cruisers Chicago and New Orleans make first around-the-world flight, 26,345 miles, from Seattle, Wash., in 175 days, flying time, 363 hours, 7 minutes.
May 20-21, 1927. Charles A. Lindbergh flies Spirit of St. Louis, in first nonstop solo transatlantic flight, 3,600 miles, from New York City to Paris, in 33 1/2 hours.
June 28-29, 1927. U.S. Army Air Corps pilots fly Fokker across Pacific, 2,407 miles, from Oakland, Calif., to Honolulu, Hawaii, in 25 hours, 50 minutes. This was the mother of all Fokkers.
July 14-15, 1927. Emory Bronte and Ernest L. Smith are first civilians to make U.S.-Hawaii flight, 2,340 miles, in 25 1/2 hours. And they didn't get frequent flier miles. Did you know you can get frequent renter miles with CancunSteve? CancunSteve frequent renters program.
Nov. 28-29, 1929. Comdr. Richard E. Byrd, Bernt Balchen, Harold June, and Capt. Ashley McKinley make first flight over South Pole, 1,600 miles, from Little America over pole and back, in 18 hours, 59 minutes. It was cold.
June 23-July 1, 1931. Wiley Post as pilot and Harold Gatty as navigator fly Lockheed monoplane in around-the-world flight, 15,477 miles, from Long Island, N.Y., in 14 stops, in 8 days, 15 hours, 51 minutes; flying time, 107 hours, 2 minutes.
May 20-21, 1932. Amelia Earhart makes first transatlantic solo flight by a woman, 2,026 miles, from Harbour Grace, Nfld., to Londonderry, Ireland, in 13 hours, 30 minutes. For this feat she was awarded honors by the American and French governments. In 1935 she became the first woman to fly the Pacific Ocean.
Howard Hughes sets transcontinental speed record on Jan. 19, 1937. 2,453 miles, from Burbank, Calif., to Newark, N.J., in 7 hours, 28 minutes.
Aug. 7-10, 1947. William P. Odom in Douglas A-26 flies solo around the world, 19,645 miles, in 3 days, 1 hour, 5 minutes, 11 seconds.
Sept. 22, 1950. Two USAF Republic F-84-Es fly first nonstop jet transatlantic flights (three in-flight refuelings).
May 2, 1952. British Overseas Airways Corporation with De Havilland Comets begins first turbojet airline service, between London and Johannesburg, South Africa. Jan. 16-18, 1957. Three B-52s make first nonstop jet around-the-world flight, 24,325 miles (three in-flight refuelings), in 45 hours, 20 minutes.
Oct. 26, 1958. Pan American World Airways begins first regular jet service between New York City and Paris, using American-built Boeing 707 jet transports.
Jan. 25, 1959. American Airlines, using Boeing 707s begins transcontinental jet service between Los Angeles and New York City; 4 hours, 3 minutes, 53.8 seconds.
July 17, 1962. North American rocket research plane X-15 penetrates outer space. March 19-April 17, 1964. Jerrie Mock makes first around-the-world solo flight by a woman; flies a single-engine Cessna 22,858.8 miles, in 21 stops.
Sept. 1, 1974. Transatlantic speed record of 1 hour, 54 minutes, 56 seconds set by USAF Lockheed SR-71.
Jan. 21, 1976. Regular supersonic transport service begins with Concorde flights from Britain to Bahrain and from France to Brazil.
August 2005 CancunSteve begins to offer low fare flights to Mexican destinations in particular Cancun.
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