First Transpacific Flights 1927

Ernest Smith and Emory Bronte (2 civilian pilots) followed this flight within a month and were the first civilians to fly from the mainland to Hawaii. Their airplane was named "The City of Oakland" and was a single engine Travel Air. They ran short of fuel and crash landed their airplane on the south shore of Molokai. Neither pilot was hurt.
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