While widely known for being the first to the South Pole in 1911, Roald Amundsen’s flight history is less while known being arguably just as impressive. He flew with the airship “NORGE” (“Norway”) piloted non-stop from Svalbard, Norway to Teller, Alaska USA. In 1925 Amundsen attempted to fly to the North Pole with five others in two Dornier- Wal sea planes, named N24 and N25. It is this enduring Spirit of Adventure, from the mountains, to the sea, and into the sky, which continues to inspire.
Roald Amundsen – The Greatest Explorer of All Time
Conqueror of the South Pole, North-West Passage and First Transcontinental
Flight from Europe to America. In 1926 he successfully conducted The Worlds First Flight from
Europe to America in the Airship “Norge”.
In his legacy we give you – The White Eagle Jacket