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Spirit of St. Louis

At landing

The Spirit of St. Louis, or Ryan NYP (Ryan New York to Paris, registration N-X-211), was a 20th century airplane.

While flown by Charles Lindbergh, it made the first non-stop solo flight from New York to Paris in 1927. (Star Trek: Enterprise, opening credits)

Spirit of St. Louis model

A model of the Spirit of St. Louis

In 2259 of the alternate reality, a replica of this aircraft was on display in the office of Admiral Alexander Marcus. (Star Trek Into Darkness)

Footage of the aircraft was included in the opening credits of Star Trek: Enterprise.
The Artisan prop and model shop of Quantum Mechanix, QMx FX Cinema Arts, was asked to illustrate the history of space flight with models for the film. They constructed fourteen models in total. On their website, there was a picture of the Spirit of St Louis model. [1]


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