If the Wright brothers were still alive (and in very good health for their age), could they fly one of their aircraft across the United States today?
Specifically, I'm looking at the Wright Model B, a commercially-produced biplane with a maximum speed of 45 mph, a range of 110 miles, and no radio on board. It was originally produced in 1910, while the first flight across the US (with plenty of stops) was in 1911.
Could a pilot with a Wright Model B use modern airports? Could they navigate? Could they keep to their designated airspace? Could they do all they needed to do to fly in an FAA-approved manner?