American pilots attempting to fly around the world land in Croydon.
Title: "U.S. WORLD FLIERS ... HERE. Air Ministry Officials and large crowd of Anglo-Americans greet Americans on arrival".
L/S of a biplane coming into land on a field. M/S of a crowd of people rushing to greet the American World Fliers pilots as the plane comes to a halt, in the background another plane lands. M/S, looking over the heads of the crowd, of the pilots leaning out of the cockpit to shake hands with various well-wishers. C/U of the pilots standing on the wings bending down to shake the hands of people in the crowd. M/S of the three biplanes with crowds of well-wishers around them. Panning C/U of a line of pilots relaxing and smoking beside an aeroplane.
Intertitle: "Mrs. Maclaren ... wife of Britain's World Flier, was present to greet them".
C/U of Mrs. M. shaking hands with pilots beside the plane.
Intertitle: "In July, the U.S. World Fliers ... their journey nearly accomplished ... landed at Croydon".
M/S of a biplane taxiing slowly through a crowd. M/S of the pilots getting out of the cockpit to shake hands with their supporters.
Note: For more stories about the American World Fliers please see records for AMERICAN WORLD FLIGHT - G 1071, DO IT YOURSELF - G 1106, GOOD LUCK GO WITH YOU - G 1108 and AMERICAN WORLD FLIERS - G 1103. AH 2000.