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Statue Honouring Pioneers of Flight Unveiled at Brooklands Museum

The historic Alcock and Brown statue commemorating the first non-stop flight across the Atlantic over 100 years ago is unveiled at Brooklands Museum, Surrey by HRH Prince Michael of Kent.

The unveiling took place in front of a special crowd of local dignitaries and people connected with the inaugural flight, including the niece and nephew of Sir John Alcock; Anne and Anthony Alcock. The statue, along with a commemorative plaque, was unveiled by HRH Prince Michael of Kent GCVO, Royal Patron of the museum.