Who made the first transatlantic flight?

The first transatlantic flight was made by Albert C. (“Putty”) Read and crew aboard the Lame Duck, May 16 to 27, 1919.

They flew, with stops, from Trespassey Bay, Canada, to Plymouth, England.

The first nonstop flight was that of John William Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown, June 14 to 15, 1919.

Charles Lindbergh’s 1927 flight, May 20 to 21, was the first solo transatlantic flight.