London Science Museum

de Havilland DH.60G Gipsy Moth (G‑AAAH ‘G’ ‑ ‘Jason I’). This is the airframe flown by Amy Johnson in 1930, when the 26 year old aviator became the first woman to fly solo from Croyden, England to Darwin, Australia. The 19 day flight was made in 18 legs and covered a distance of 11,000 miles.

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