Friday, February 23, 2024

Amelia Earhart’s Long-Lost Plane Discovered On Auxiliary Runway At LaGuardia

NEW YORK—Calming a major breakthrough in the enigmatic case of the aviator’s disappearance, experts announced Tuesday that they had discovered Amelia Earhart’s long-lost Lockheed 10-E Electra plane on an auxiliary runway of the LaGuardia Airport. “From our analysis, it appears that during Earhart’s attempt to circumnavigate the globe, he continued past Howland Island, crossed the Pacific Ocean, and then landed in Queens, New York,” said aeronautics expert Nick Dalton, who reportedly used advanced satellites. images to find Earhart’s all-metal twin-engine monoplane in a side field just off LaGuardia’s main runway. “It wasn’t under a tarp or anything. We never thought to check there. In our defense, there was a Southwest plane parked out front, blocking the view. Dalton also confirmed that the pilot pinned a note to the windshield of his plane with a forwarding address in the Bronx.

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