Amelia Earhart (Famous Flyers)



Amelia Earhart (Famous Flyers)
In the morning of June 17, 1928, an orange Fokker F7 airplane Otook off from Trepassey in Newfoundland. Its crew had arrived from Boston more than 12 days earlier and had been waiting for the right weather conditions to permit them to set off on the second stage of their trip. The airplane, named the Friendship, had been designed to fly over land, but more recently its wheels had been exchanged for pontoons to enable it to take off and land on water.

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