In July 1933 a crowd of over 40.000 people welcomed the Wiley Post in , who had circled around the world alone in 8 days. was still an adventure and aviators and aviatrixes like Lindbergh, Post or Amelia Earhart gave the proof that the plane will become the main transportation system for long distances. Post used a high-wing, single-engine Lockheed Vega, one of the most famous record-breaking aircraft of the early 1930s. Our stock footage clip, scanned from film to HD ,  shows the confetti parade in New York City after his return from the flight, July 23, 1933.

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