Aviation, London, 30th March, 1930, English pilot Miss Amy Johnson pictured resting from working on the engine of her De Havilland "Moth" aeroplane at Stag Lane airport in Hendon prior to her attempt to break the England-Australia flight record, She is th

Aviation, London, 30th March, 1930, English pilot Miss Amy Johnson pictured resting from working on the engine of her De Havilland "Moth" aeroplane at Stag Lane airport in Hendon prior to her attempt to break the England-Australia flight record, She is the world's first fully qualified female aviation mechanic (Photo by Popperfoto via Getty Images/Getty Images)
Aviation, London, 30th March, 1930, English pilot Miss Amy Johnson pictured resting from working on the engine of her De Havilland "Moth" aeroplane at Stag Lane airport in Hendon prior to her attempt to break the England-Australia flight record, She is the world's first fully qualified female aviation mechanic (Photo by Popperfoto via Getty Images/Getty Images)
Aviation, London, 30th March, 1930, English pilot Miss Amy Johnson pictured resting from working on the engine of her De Havilland "Moth" aeroplane at Stag Lane airport in Hendon prior to her attempt to break the England-Australia flight record, She is th
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