It’s impressive for women to give a try for something no other female did in the human history; such as being a female aviator like Amelia Earhart did who was born in July 24, 1897 and was recorded as one of the firsts females who flight solo.
She was born in Atchison, Kansas.
Amelia Earhart was an American aviator pioneer and author who set numerous records and advocated for women’s advancement in aviation.
Amelia recorded as a first lady to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean & to fly solo from Hawaii to the mainland of the United States.
From a young age, she disregarded traditional gender roles. Earhart was a basketball player who also took an auto repair course and briefly attended college.
After The War, Amelia returned to the United States and enrolled as a pre-med student at Columbia University in New York; and in December 1920, she took the first aviation ride in California which was recorded as a first female aviation flight in the human history, with renowned World War I pilot Frank Hawks.
In January 1921, she began flying lessons with Neta Snook, a female aviation teacher. To help pay for her studies, Earhart worked as a filing clerk at the Los Angeles Telephone Company. Later that year, she purchased her own plane, a used Kinner Airster, and named the yellow airplane “The Canary.”
Earhart passed her flight test in December 1921, and did receive her National Aeronautics Association licence.
After that she flew in her first flight exhibition two days later at the Sierra Airdrome in Pasadena, California.
Amelia Earhart was able to set a number of aviation records in her career. She set the world record in 1922, by being the first woman to fly solo above 14,000 feet.
Earhart was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean in 1932, and the second person after Charles Lindbergh.
Earhart flew solo later that year with nonstop across the US for the first time. With taking off from Los Angeles & arriving in Newark, New Jersey, 19 hours later. In 1935 She was recorded as the first person to fly solo from Hawaii to the mainland of the United States.
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