Letter Navigator Amelia Erhart with a description of the route found in the USA
Hunter persons from San Diego (USA) found letters Fred J. Nunana, who was the assault flyer Amelia Erhart and went to around the world with her. These are 17 pages of handwritten text, which are addressed by grandfather person. It tells everything that belongs to the flight: dates, places and weather conditions, writes DILY MAIL.
The letter was sent from Indonesia on June 23, 1937. Eight days later, Erhart and Nuanan stopped to communicate.
Experts say that this letter can help them restore chronology and give a hook where to look for the missing plane. Mom Hunter Preston told that her father was rewritten with Nunan for quite a long time. Family also survived letters since 1935.
Erhart and Nuanan went to a world flight on a two-door light airplane Lockheed Model 10 Electra on June 1, 1937. They flew from the west coast of the United States, flew Brazil, Africa, Middle East, India, Indonesia, Australia, Papua – New Guinea. Their last stop is the city of La in Papua – New Guinea. July 2, pilots had to stop in Hauland for refueling, but the connection to them stopped.
At the beginning of this year, scientists conducted a study of the alleged debris of the Erhart aircraft, which was found close to the island of Hauland. Him found traces of the ax.
Amelia Erhart called aviation pioneer. She was the first woman who flew the Atlantic Ocean.