"New York - Berlin Air Race" [Run Time 0:53]

Titled "New York - Berlin Air record."  The Focke-Wulf Condor flies over the Berlin crowd after making an Atlantic crossing in record time. It taxis to a halt before the crowd and everyone runs towards the airplane to greet the pilots. The pilots deplane, give fascist salutes, and meet General Milch, the Reich Secretary to the Air Ministry. They walk through the crowds and stand holding bouquets of flowers and saluting. They drive through the streets with people watching them, and others run across a car park to see them go past.

Caption:
1938 Fw 200 transatlantic flight
Type: Newsreel
Image Date: August 18, 1938
Image Taken: Berlin, Germany; New York City, New York, United States
Credit: WPA Film Library
Origin: British Pathé
 
1938 Fw 200 transatlantic flight