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First international passenger air service

During World War I, the company Farman supplied a large number of reconnaissance aircraft and bombers. It then developed commercial aircraft. In February 1919, it was the first to launch a commercial flight between Paris and London, in 2h37. In 1921, the Compagnie des grands express aériens opened a second air service between Paris and Lausanne.

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