Titled "America - Her 22nd Atlantic Crossing - Famous Graf Zeppelin - 'keeps to her timetable' once again." The German Graf Zeppelin airship arrives in America, with closer shots of the gondola as ropes are dropped. Crew and passengers look out of windows. Dr. Hugo Eckener stands near the nose of the dirigible as it is being tethered to its mooring mast. Men are seen pulling on guide ropes to moor the Zeppelin safely. Eckener descends a ladder, followed by passengers, including the Mummsen family with 11-month old Billy, the youngest dirigible passenger.