Amy Johnson

By: Hope & Reese

Amy Johnson : Background

Amy Johnson was born in July, 1,1903 I the United Kingdom. She set many flying records in her career as an aviator. She was determined to show that women could be as good as men in the flight field..

Acheivements

In 1930, Amy decided she wanted to be the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia. She also wanted to break Bert Hinklers record for the fight of 16 days.She got financial help from her father, a man that had many charitable causes and liked to help set speed record.

Amy's Famous quotes

"I believe i can do anything. If i want to be a doctor tomorrow, I'm going to be a doctor."

"My mom taught me to go after my dreams, i gave this faith in myself that i must have gotten for her."

~Amy Johnson

The death of Amy.

On January 5,1941 While flying an airspeed Oxford for the ATA, She went of course in adverse weather conditions, Reportedly out of fuel she crashed into the Thames Estuary. Sadly, Her body was never found.

References

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