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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0964.pdf...LIGHT, AUGUST 15, 1930 Large crowds lined the streets and cheered Miss Amy Johnson when she droveon August 6 from her hotel to the Savoy, where a luncheon was given in her honour. Our picture shows the scenes at Trafalgar Square. MISS AMY JOHNSON HONOURED QUITE apart fro...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0931.pdf...LIGHT, AUGUST 8, 1930 TRIUMPHANT RETURN OF AMY JOHNSON : Miss Amy Johnson, C.B.E., the air heroine of the Empire, speaking through the microphones soon after her arrival at Croydon Aerodrome last night (August 4). She arrived some three hours ...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0924.pdf...LIGHT, AUGUST 1, 1930 MtSS AMY JOHNSON'S HOMECOMING AS announced in last week's issue, Miss Amy Johnsonis due back in England on August 4, when she isexpected to arrive at Croydon Aerodrome—where she will be accorded an officia...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0603.pdf...AMONGST THOSE PRESENT" CONTRIBUTING towards the success of Miss Amy Johnson's flight to Australia are numerous " incidentals." We cannot, for various reasons, go very fully into this matter, but we give below some of the principal and necessary helpers. The Machin...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0965.pdf...LIGHT, AUGUST 15, 1930 ONE OF AMY'S MANY GIFTS : Miss Amy Johnson, with her father and mother, standing beside the M.G. sports car presented to her by Sir William Morris. Empire, said Miss Johnson was the first woman to be an honorary member of the guild...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 1241.pdf...rs have established sympathetic relationswith Pan American Airways Incorporated, the Sociedad Colombo-Alemana De Transportes Aereos of Colombia, andthe Compagnie Generale Aeropostale of France." MISS AMY JOHNSON "AT HOME" AS HON.F.S.E. A CROWDED and enthusiastic gathering of members ofthe Society of Engineers and a number of lady guestsgave welcome, at the Holborn Restaurant, King's Hall, on Trafa...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0543.pdf...LIGHT, MAY 9, 1930 A1RISMS FROM THE FOUR WINDS Miss Amy Johnson's Lone Flight to Australia Miss AMY JOHNSON, the 22-year old Yorkshire girl, member of the London Aeroplane Club and only airwoman holding the Air Ministry Ground Engineer's Licence, set o...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0601.pdf...LIGHT, MAY 30, 1930 AMY JOHNSON'S TRIUMPH ENGLAND— MISS AMY JOHNSON, flying her GipsyMoth, arrived safely at Darwin inAustralia on Empire Day, May 24, thereby completing the first solo flight by awoman in a light aeropla...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0639.pdf...LIGHT, JUNE 6, 1930 MISS AMY JOHNSON HONOURED HAVING successfully accomplished her remarkableflight from England to Australia in 19£ days—whichwas fully reported in last week's issue of FLIGHT—Miss Amy Johnson is the centre o...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0558.pdf...LIGHT, MAY 16, 1930 MISS AMY JOHNSON MAKES SPLENDID PROGRESS MISS AMY JOHNSON, of Hull, who left Croydon onMay 5 for Australia, piloting a D.H. " Gipsy Moth,"has been making remarkable progress. After six days' flying she rea...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0967.pdf...on reads :—" Presented to Miss Amy Johnson, C.B.E., as part of a public testimonial from her native city of Hull" to commemorate the first woman's lone flight to Australia, May 5 to 24, 1930." % Miss Amy Johnson's doctor has advised her to have a complete rest after her engagements at Hull, and the visit to Yarmouth, fixed for to-day, has been postponed. A donation of ^105 has been sent by Miss Am...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0900.pdf...ended safely in their parachutes ; the machine was completely destroyed. The airmen stated that the machine got out of control owing to the bad weather, and that they had exhausted their petrol. Miss Amy Johnson's Return Miss AMY JOHNSON arrived at Colombo on July 16, and was accorded a civic reception. She arrived at Bombay on July 20, where she also received an enthusiastic welcome. The Air Mini...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0577.pdf...iption Rates, Po'st Free. United Kingdom .. 30s. U. Abroad .. .. 33s. 0d* Foreign subscriptions must be remitted in British currency. Editorial Page.) (See last CONTENTS Editorial Comment: Marvellous Amy Johnson " Bon Voyage ! " D.W. 2 Croydon Weekly Notes 558 Miss Amy Johnson's Progress .. .. .. .. .. • • 559 Banquet to Lord Wakefield 560 Dinner to the Editor of Aviation .. .. .. .. .. •• 561 Roy...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0599.pdf...scription Rates, Post Free. United Kingdom .. 30s. Ad. Abroad .. .. 33s. 0d.» • Foreign subscriptions must be remitted in British currency. (See last Editorial Page.) CONTENTS Editorial Comment: PAGE Amy Johnson's Success .. .. .. .. .. .. 575 The Graf Zeppelin 576 London's Air Port . . .. .. . . .. .. .. 576 Miss Amy Johnson's Flight .. .. .. .. .. .. 577 Fokker F. IX. 580 A irships .. . . .. .. ...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0927.pdf... Od.* * Foreign subscriptions must be remitted in British currency. See last Editorial Page.) CONTENTS Editorial Comment: PAGE The Next " Worth While " Flight 879 Arrived 880 London—Malta—London 881 Amy Johnson 2 International Touring Competition ~ .. 886 Airships: R.100 891 Correspondence 5 Italy—Japan 6 Prirate Flying and Club News 897 Ctoydon Weekly Notes 899 Gliding 900 Air Transport _. 902 A...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 1006.pdf...LIGHT, AUGUST 22, 1930 AIRISMS FROM THE FOUR WINDS Miss Amy Johnson's New 'Plane IN the presence of a crowd estimated at about 100,000 people. Miss Amy Johnson was presented with a new machine at Hyde Park on August 16. The machine, a two-seater D.H. " Gip...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 1084.pdf...rvice is Is. per mile per passenger, and the instruc- tional rate is £2 2s. per hour. Over the week-end the Desoutter was kept busy on joy-riding flights at Skerries, a Co. Dublin seaside resort.Miss Amy Johnson CONTINUING her Daily Mail tour, Miss Amy Johnson, C.B.E., visited Portsmouth on September 4, and on the follow- ing day she inspected H.M.S. Nelson, the flagship of the Atlantic Fleet, the...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0673.pdf...LIGHT, JUNE 13, 1930 AIRISMS FROM THE FOUR WINDS Miss Amy JohnsonMiss AMY JOHNSON is pardonably elated over the'Jistinction conferred upon her by the King, but she has Attained another great honour in that she has been accorded-i full-page " cartoon " i...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0830.pdf...ce, embossed and bearing a suitableinscription. In recognition of his Transatlantic flight, Sqdn.-Ldr. Kingsford-Smith has been promoted honoraryWing-Commander in the Royal Australian Air Force. Miss Amy Johnson ON July 6, on the eve of her departure home fromFremantle in the P. and O. s.s. Naldera, Miss Amy Johnson was entertained at luncheon by the Governor of WesternAustralia, and Lady Campion....
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0930.pdf...LIGHT, AUGUST 8, 1930 (FLIGHT Photo.) MISS AMY JOHNSON'S RETURN AVERY wonderful welcome was given to Miss AmyJohnson, C.B.E., on her return to England on Monday,August 4. She returned by the Imperial Airways India service, and that morning sta...
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