1 December, 1919
Graciously, during the flight from Burma to Thailand, Poulet agreed to fly side-by-side with the brothers in case of forced landing in the mountains below. With some mountains reaching 7,000 feet in height and maps void of information, the air crafts were flying blind at times. The brothers had little navigational equipment that was beneficial, relying mostly on a compass, inclinometer and air-speed indicator to make their way through. Repairs were made at Don Muang airfield.