Airplane Raincoat
Airplane Raincoat
Airplane Raincoat
Airplane Raincoat
Airplane Raincoat
Airplane Raincoat

Airplane Raincoat

  • 100% polyurethane exterior
  • Lightweight cotton lining
  • Rugged, durable zipper
  • Adjustable cuffs
  • Machine washable
  • Blame it on the rain! Even when raindrops keep falling on your head, this lightweight yet rugged children’s raincoat will ensure no rain gets in. The soft cotton inner layer keeps things comfy, and even when there ain't no sunshine, this jacket is clearly a great choice for rainy days and Mondays.

  • Starting with the records of National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, formed in 1915 to study problems of flight and conduct research in aeronautics, the National Archives holds in trust records and other documents related to aeronautics.

    The Spirit of St. Louis was officially known as the Ryan NYP (New York to Paris) and was loosely based on the Ryan Airlines M-2 mail plane, heavily modified to fly 4,000 miles without refueling. Since it was the only NYP ever built, the government registered it as N-X-211, in which "X" meant "experimental." Actually built in San Diego, the plane was christened the Spirit of Saint Louis in honor of Charles Lindbergh's supporters from the St. Louis Raquette Club in his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. Ryan Airlines worked closely with Lindbergh to build the plane in just 60 days with an eye toward claiming the $25,000 Orteig Prize for the first non-stop flight between New York and Paris. The plane cost $10,580 (about $145,000 in 2015 dollars) and did, indeed, win the prize.