Donna the balloon girl launches a most unusual low-Flying aircraft. This is known in the trade as simply a light-weight
Donna the balloon girl launches a most unusual low-Flying aircraft. This is known in the trade as simply a light-weight suit. But in the Ministry of Aviation, which is not really geared to deal with publicity men, it is classified as a low-flying aircraft. Technically, that's what it became the moment it took off from London's Regent Street, launched with due ceremony by dancer Donna Reading who, in spite of her balloons, happily remained grounded herself. The flying suit is expected to remain aloft for about a week. February 1967 P004776
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