In chase for unraveling mystery of disappearance of dreamer and aviation pioneer

Amelia Earhart, said: Everyone has ocean’s to fly, if they have the heart to do it. Is it reckless? Maybe. But what do dreams know of boundaries?

On 75th anniversary of the disappearance of Amelia Mary Earhart, the new quest for answers continues with the goal of unraveling mystery of her disappearance. In March 1937, she attempted to fly around the world. It’s believed that her plane crashed near islands in the Pacific during takeoff from Hawaii.

The Niku VII expedition will chase the missing puzzle and will search Nikumaroro, coral atoll in the Pacific. The expedition is being led by Richard Gillespie, from The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery.

Amelia Mary Earhart was the the first woman who fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. This brave dreamer was American aviation pioneer who was constantly breaking through the limits of possible. She also left us wise and inspirational statements about dream, life and power of adventure.

„Never interrupt someone doing something you said couldn’t be done.”
“I want to do it because I want to do it.“
Women must try to do things as men have tried. When they fail, their failure must be but a challenge to others.”
Adventure is worthwhile in itself. By adventuring; about, you become accustomed to the unexpected. The unexpected then becomes what it really is the inevitable.”

She wrote best-selling books about her flying experiences, she set many records, she was a member of an organization for female pilots The Ninety-Nines and of the National Woman’s Party. She was the inspiration for many generation of female aviators who became the part of Women Air force Service Pilots.