Amelia's first plane was a used Kinner Canary, a single-engine, open-cockpit biplane.She flew a Lockheed Vega when she set the women's non-stop transcontinental speed record in 1932 and also in 1935 when she made the first female solo long-distance flight over the Pacific Ocean.She was flying a twin-engine Lockheed Model 10E Electra when she and Fred Noonan disappeared over the Pacific Ocean in early July, 1937.Amelia's first plane was a used Kinner Canary, a single-engine, open-cockpit biplane. She flew a Lockheed Vega when she set the women's non-stop transcontinental speed record in 1932 and also in 1935 when she made the first female solo long-distance flight over the Pacific Ocean. She was flying a twin-engine Lockheed Model 10E Electra when she and Fred Noonan disappeared over the Pacific Ocean in early July, 1937.
The more-or-Less covert name for Amelia Earhart"s Global flight in l937. The termcould be used as a code phrse wihtout mentioning Earhart. Name derived fromthe model name of her plane,the Lockheed Model l0E Electra. Flash!
The Lockheed C130 Hercules is a four-engine turboprop aircraft that was used in the military. It was originally built by Lockheed and designed as a troop, medical evacuation, and cargo transport plane. The C130-B model was first designed and put into production in 1959.
She flew in a Lockheed Electra 10, a conversion of a small airliner. This was an extremely good design, as Wiley Post proved when he flew around the world in one. During WW2 this design was modified to be the famous Lockheed Ventura, used by all the Allied air forces.
Amelia Earhart's first plane was a Lockheed Vega. This is the airplane she used for her transatlantic flight in 1932. Her next plane was a Lockheed Electra; this airplane is the one she was in when she disappeared on July 2, 1937Amelia's first aircraft was a yellow Kinner Airster that she called 'Canary'. Her second was an Avian that she bought in England in 1928. -The Lockheed Vega 5 , ' Little Red Bus', was her third. This was her favorite aircraft and she created many records with it.
Lockheed Electra model LoE the E Suffix refers to Earhart. there were two Project Electra planes built. One was seriously damaged in a take-off crash, the other was pulled out of reserve, so to speak and used for the ElecTra Project, It is understooed both Electras had concealed l6MM remote control cameras. RB-37 anyone? This was not the official designation,but is popularily used by Earhart buffs. The designation RB stands for reconnaisance Bomber- inother words, a spy ship.
Canary was the nickname for her Avro Avian circa l93l. the Aviatrix , while she used many rented craft , actually owned only Two the Red Bus-Lockheed Vega now in the Smithsonian, and the ill-fated Electra- also made by Lockheeed. the Electra was purchased in l935 and of course, used on the project bearing that name- l937-. Her FIRST aircraft was a yellow Kinner Airster, bought in California in 1921. She named this 'Canary'. The Avro Avian lll was her second and known only as '7083' or EBUG. The red Lockheed Vega 5 was her THIRD aircraft.
Yes it has been used by the Australian Military.
26 hp v twin ohv,honda.
Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird was used mainly for reconnaissance.
A 37cu in V-twin, according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Excelsior_Super_X
The question is too vague. There are many types of Cessna from small single engine trainers through twin engine business aircraft right up to large twin jet transports. You need at least a model number for an answer.