Canada, Saint-Hubert, Quebec, 128 km/h, 78 hours
Vickers R100 at mast after return from Canada. It made a trans-Atlantic trip to Canada in July 1930 averaging 42 mph (68 km/h). The main Canadian mooring station was at the airport in Saint-Hubert, Quebec; it is estimated that one million people visited the airship there upon its arrival. The swifter return flight, in 58 rather than 78 hours, began on 13 August reaching the Royal Airship Works Cardington on 16 August 1930. It could carry 100 passengers at 80 mph (128 km/h) P004031
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