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RAF Museum London - Milestones of Flight - Bleriot XI
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Colection of planes at Milestone of Flights: The Bleriot XI was an airplane built and used by Louis Bleriot to cross the English Channel in the first flight ever made between England and France in july 1909. At his right side there is an Eurofighter Typhoon.

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