Posts made in March, 2011

Earhart Wrecks 2,500 Miles Apart…

Posted by on Mar 8, 2011 in "Hangar Flying" | 0 comments

via avweb.com Two groups are currently suggesting that their site of interest may mark the final resting place of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan … and they’re more than 2,000 miles apart. Thursday’s report of an aircraft resembling Earhart’s sitting 230 feet below the surface of the ocean comes from near Earhart’s point of departure, Papua New Guinea. The site is more than 2200 miles from the area where Earhart’s final radio transmissions were heard near Howland Island. Reports surfaced Friday that a diver had been to the New Guinea wreck and...

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Earhart Wreck Found?

Posted by on Mar 3, 2011 in "Hangar Flying" | 0 comments

via avweb.com A report from Papua New Guinea says the wreck of an aircraft that might be the Lockheed Electra flown by Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan has been found on a reef near Bougainville Island near Papua New Guinea. The Papua New Guinea Post Courier is reporting “armed men” are guarding the area over a reef off Matsungan Island where an aircraft matching the description of Earhart’s plane has been found. Divers are now checking the wreck and inquiries are flooding in from all over the world. For the complete article, follwo the link...

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