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Airship Guarantee Company R-100

His Majesty's Airship R100, built by the Airship Guarantee Company in 1929, first flew in November 1929.
On December 16, the R100 took off for commercial use on British Empire routes. In July 1930, the R100 made her Transatlantic flight, reaching the Canadian mooring mast at the airport in Saint-Hubert, Quebec in 78 hours having covered the great circle route of 3,300 mi (5,300 km) at an average speed of 42 mph (68 km/h).
The airship stayed at Montreal for 12 days and over 100,000 people visited the airship each day she was there. She also made a 24-hour passenger-carrying flight to Ottawa, Toronto, and Niagara Falls while in Canada. The R100 departed on her return flight on 13 August, reaching Cardington after a 57½ hour flight.
In October 1930 it was broken up for scrap.
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