Amelia Earhart The Pilot By Audrey Winkel

Amelia, The great pilot

Amelia Earhart was born in Atchison, Kansas in America. She was born on July 24th, 1897. She only started to like flying when her dad took her to an aerial show. She then loved Aviation from then on in her life. She loved flying so much that she put it has her life goal to fly and be the first woman to do so. The dates of explorations she did are, 1928, 1932, 1935, 1937. Her last date which is 1937 is rumored to be the year she died but nobody knows. They were trying to find signs of wreckage but have not found anything that can tell the truth. The truth of what happened to Amelia Earhart.

A Sketch of Amelia's first plane

Her First Airplane

The picture above, is a sketch of Amelia and her very first airplane, a Kinner Airster. The Kinner Airster is a good airplane and because of it's color, which is bright yellow she named it Canary.

Her Purpose For Exploration

Amelia's purpose for exploration is to become the first woman to fly anywhere and well just to really fly around and explore and be the first woman to fly places.

Obstacles In Flight

This is a map of Amelia's last flight

Some Obstacles she faced during flights were, one going into different territory's were she wasn't welcomed. Another one is crashes or planes not working. Thirdly, something happened around 1937 that killed her and she was never found again.


Oh There is to many accomplishments to name them all! Just to many!

Amelia Earhart's accomplishments are that she was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic, flew the longest in one flight has a woman, crossed the Atlantic ocean in the shortest time, and went almost all the way around the world in flight but failed and was never heard from again

Amelia's Traits

Some of Amelia's traits are: Adventurous. She is Adventurous because she was risking her life just to fly. She is also determined, She was determined to break world records. She is happy, because she was doing what she loved. She is really brave for she was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean. These are only some of her traits but these are some of my favorites.

Looks like Amelia's having the time of her life!

Another Perspective...

Another Perspective on Amelia's journey around the world is that when she disappeared (from the mysterious "wreckage?" that nobody ever found...)she was taken captive by the Japanese and was never found again. To this day people are still wondering where Amelia Earhart is or was. Hopefully we will find more clues to this flyer. I hope we will.

Most Important Flights

Amelia's Most Important Flight's were: when she flew across the Atlantic ocean solo by her self, and was the first woman to do so and was the longest flight done by a woman. Another one of her most important flight's was her flight around the world. She didn't make it all the way around the world but it was probably still one of the most historic flights done by a woman.

Fun Fact Time!!!

One Fun Fact About Amelia is that... She started loving aviation after her father took her to an aerial show when she was 12. From then on she has loved flying and her father brought her to realize what she really loved.


Created with images by DonkeyHotey - "Amelia Earhart - Colorized"

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