When was the first flight around the world?



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    The first flight around the world where the planes landed and refuelled was in 1924 by eight Americans flying out of Seattle. The trip took 175 days. The first non-stop flight around the world was in 1949 by a team of US air force pilots. They refuelled four times in the air by tanker.

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