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Test pilot Tony Jannus at the age of 25 flew a wood-and-muslin aircraft across the Tampa Bay. It was designed by Thomas Benoist and named “Flying boat No.43”. This activity transpired on 1st January 1914 and in its own way, redefined the course of aviation history. Although this journey lasted for a mere 23 minutes and gave a taste of adventure to one paying passenger, the trip went down in record books as the world’s very first scheduled commercial airline flight.