Jersey Proud: Howard Hughes lands at Newark Airport in 1937, sets a new world record

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On Jan. 19, 1937, Howard Hughes set a new speed record flying his H-1 racer coast to coast in 7 hours 28 minutes, 25 seconds. He flew from Burbank, California to Newark, New Jersey.
4 months ago·Newark, United States

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Jersey Proud: Howard Hughes lands at Newark Airport in 1937, sets a new world record

On Jan. 19, 1937, Howard Hughes set a new speed record flying his H-1 racer coast to coast in 7 hours 28 minutes, 25 seconds. He flew from Burbank, California to Newark, New Jersey.

4 months ago
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