By Nancy Robinson Masters
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To this day, no one knows what happened to this trailblazing female aviator. Ai r p l a n es Some Famous Aviation Innovator s 29 Charles Lindbergh poses in an open cockpit biplane. He ﬂew different kinds of airplanes to decide what style would be best for the Spirit of St. Louis. Charles Lindbergh Charles Lindbergh is one of the most famous American aviators of all time. In 1927, he became the ﬁrst pilot to ﬂy solo nonstop across the Atlantic Ocean. The ﬂight was from May 20 to May 21. S. Air Force.
She was inspired by women pilots who had made longdistance ﬂights alone in other parts of the world. Amelia Earhart Amelia Earhart was one of the greatest aviators of all time. She broke the women’s altitude record in 1922, ﬂying up to 14,000 feet (4,300 meters). She was also the ﬁrst woman to ﬂy successfully over the Atlantic Ocean in 1928. Aside from being a world-class aviator, Earhart was a women’s rights activist. She helped form The NinetyNines, an organization of female pilots. In 1937, while trying to ﬂy around the globe, her aircraft mysteriously disappeared over the Paciﬁc Ocean.
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Airplanes by Nancy Robinson Masters