Amelia Earhart – just one of the boys!

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Today in 1932, Amelia Earhart made history as the first woman to fly solo over the Atlantic, in an aeroplane piloted by Wilhem Schultz.

Earhart June 1928 passenger over Atlantic

Amelia recorded the flight in the flight log. 

If you could meet Amelia Earhart, what would you ask her? What first inspired her to fly? How did she transcend the prejudices of the day to become the first woman to fly across the Atlantic? What was she like as a child? Who touched her life?


AMELIA EARHART – Find out everything you want to know in this fascinating life story, told from Amelia Earhart’s own perspective. Let her guide you through her incredible life as a high achiever, breaking altitude records and hearts alike, and paving the way for a new generation of go-getting women aviators.

Share this amazing milestone in aviation history with your class – the Amazing “Brave-hart!”

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“Flying may not be all plain sailing, but the fun of it is worth the price.”

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