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National Aviation Day

The first female aviator to fly single handed across the Atlantic ocean was Amelia Earhart. She was declared dead in January 1939 when she disappeared in 1937 after attempting to circumnavigate the globe.

The Wright brothers were Orville and Wilber, and they invented and flew the first airplane in December 1903.

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The only planes I ever stitched was the Hurricane and the Tiger Moth. The Hurricane is a single seat fighter aircraft used by the Royal Air Force during WW2.

The Tiger Moth also known as the de Havilland DH.82 Was and named after its creator Geoffrey de Havilland. Built mainly as a training aircraft for the RAF, it had other responsibilities during the war years.

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