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Amelia Earhart flew a Lockheed Electra 10-E on her ill-fated trip around the world when her twin-engine plane disappeared in the Pacific in 1937. Today, there is only a single genuine Lockhead Electra in existence. The Electra was a 10-passenger airliner that was also popular as a high-performance private aircraft.What was Amelia Earharts first flight?
Aviation phenomenon Amelia Earhart first made headlines in 1928 when she became the first woman to cross the Atlantic as a passenger on a trans-Atlantic airplane flight.Where did Amelia Earhart travel?
Amelia Earhart made a solo trip from Honolulu, Hawaii, to Oakland, California, establishing her as the first woman—as well as the first person — to fly both across the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans. In April 1935, she flew solo from Los Angeles to Mexico City, and a month later she flew from Mexico City to New York.What did Amelia Earhart do in 1932?
Amelia Earhart makes transcontinental flight, August 25, 1932. June 1928: She was invited to be the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. Accompanying pilots Wilmer Stultz and Louis Gordon as a passenger on a Fokker F7, Earhart became an international celebrity after the completion of the flight and used the income from numerous endorsements...