There are several planes correctly associated with
they never found amelia earharts plane but the goverment is planning a search for her in 2013
That aircraft was a Lockheed Electra 10.
Amelia's plane was known as "Old Bessie," a nickname that Amelia called it, but the exact name is not completely known.
We do not know if it crashed or where it crashed.
Above the Pacific Ocean.
It has never been found
Behind the controls of a plane.
Amelia Earhart's plane disappeared at 6120 kilocycles, according to her last known message to the Itasca
Her full name was Amelia Mary Earhart.
Amelia Earhart's mothers name is Amelia "Amy" Otis Earhart.
The plane she was flying on her final flight disappeared, undoubtedly under the ocean.
Her middle name was Mary.
Amelia Mary Earhart is the whole name. but Mary is the nickname.
Amelia's mother was Amelia "Amy" Otis Earhart
her name was Amy Otis Earhart
It was rap, yo! She listened to it when she flew the plane, bro.
Amelia's Lockeed Electra has never been found.
Nobody has found identifiable pieces of Amelia's Lockheed
Edwin Stanton Earhart.
amelia earharts favorite movuie was , there was no movies back then
Amelia's first aircraft was a yellow Kinner Airster that she nicknamed 'Canary"
The fuel of her Electra ran out and she tried to land on the Canary Islands but did not survive.
She and her navigator, Fred Noonan disappeared on 2nd July 1937.
She called her first aircraft 'Canary' as it was small and bright yellow.
Amelia Earhart's husband was George Putman. When she married him she decided to keep her maiden name.