On 25 August 1920 Captain Euan Dickson of the Canterbury Aviation Company made the first air crossing of Cook Strait, flying from south to north. He is pictured (left) in front of his Avro 504K aircraft after the historic flight, along with aviation administrator C. H. Hewlett (centre) and engineer J. E. Moore.
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