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"The radio communications equipment chosen by Amelia Earhart for the Lockheed Model 10E Electra , registration NR16020, which she planned to fly around the world in 1937 was designed and built by Western Electric Company, the manufacturing arm of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company.What aircraft did Amelia Earhart use?
For her around-the-world flight, the airplane that Amelia Earhart chose was a Lockheed Electra 10E, manufactured by the Lockheed Aircraft Company, Burbank, California. The Electra Model 10 was an all-metal, twin-engine, low-wing monoplane with retractable landing gear, designed as a small, medium-range airliner.What did Amelia Earhart name her plane?
Her first plane, the Kinner Airster, was nicknamed (canary) from its yellow color. The name Red Bus or Little Red Bus was applied to Earhart"s Lockheed Vega (Red with gold stripes and trim) used in her solo Atlantic flight and presently in the Smithsonian.Where is Amelia Earhart plane?
Pieces of Amelia Earhart's plane might have been located in the depths of the waters off Nikumaroro island in the southwestern Pacific republic of Kiribati, according to a preliminary review of high-definition video taken last month at the uninhabited coral atoll believed to be Earhart's final resting place.