The world’s first passenger Airline was DELAG (Deutsche Luftschiffahrts-Aktiengesellschaft, or German Airship Transportation Corporation Ltd). It was founded on 16 November 1909 with government assistance and operated Zeppelin rigid airships manufactured by the Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Corporation. Its headquarters were located in Frankfurt, Germany.
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It occurred on January 1, 1914. The flight took place between St. Petersburg and Tampa. It took 23 minutes between the two cities separated by 21 miles of bay waters.
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The first ever text was sent on December 3 1992. Neil Papworth, a 22-year-old British engineer used his computer to send the message "Merry Christmas" to an Orbitel 901 mobile phone. Papworth typed out “Merry Christmas” on an office computer and sent it to his boss’s cellphone, Richard Jarvis. Richard was at a Vodaphone Christmas party at that time.
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The test flight was an important step in Boeing Co.'s plan to convince safety regulators to let airlines resume using the plane, which the company calls the Dreamliner.
Boeing will analyze information from the flight and prepare for another flight — using the same plane — to demonstrate the 787's performance to the Federal Aviation Administration, said company spokesman Marc Birtel.