First Consistent International Trade Route On March 22, 1919

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Originally designed as a heavy bomber, the Farman F.60 Goliath was adopted as one of the early airline and commercial planes.  It debuted the first consistent international trade route on March 22, 1919, establishing aerospace commerce between Paris, France and Brussels, Belgium.

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