On September 27, 1929, Dieudonné Costes, accompanied by Maurice Bellonte, circumnavigated with Breguet 19Point d'interrogation from Paris, to Qiqihar (China), Hanoi (today Vietnam) to Paris. Between two landings they flew non-stop 7 905 km, a new world record. The same Breguet 19 flown by Costes and Paul Codos, achieved a new world record distance on December 17, 1929, keeping it aloft for 52 hrs and 40 minutes, 8 026,8 km. The first Paris–New York nonstop flight was completed by Dieudonné Costes and Maurice Bellonte, flying the very same Breguet 19 from Le Bourget Field to Valley Stream, L.I., on Sept. 22-23, 1930. The brightly red Point d'interrogation is on display at the Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace in Le Bourget.