Today in aviation history – 13th April

On 13th April 1919 in Kent (Great Britain) there was made a first flight of a British aircraft Vickers Vimy Commercial. It was a reconstruction o Vickers Vimy, the bomber from I World War. Vickers Vimy Commercial was destined for transportation and commercial flights. Civil version of this aircraft differed in the shape of fuselage and could carry 10 passengers.