Reports have come in the Gayford and Nicholettes have flown to South Africa.
Full title reads: "Cranwell. Bravo - Gayford! Bravo - Nicholetts! Bravo - the RAF. 'R.A.F. Monoplane has broken long-distance record'. (Reuter, Cape Town)."
Shots of Royal Air Force Long distance plane piloted by Squadron Leader O R Gayford and Flight Lieutenant S E Nicholetts taking off from Cranwell aerodrome. Shots of RAF Fairey-Napier long distance monoplane overhead.
Pan across RAF Flag. (Sound track continues after end of picture)
N.B. Voiceover says that a report has come from South Africa saying the pilots have reached their record breaking destination.