January 11th, 1935 marks one of the many atmospheric accomplishments that Amelia Earhart
achieved during her short but powerful run as the world’s most famous Aviatrix. Taking off from Honolulu, Hawaii, she would make her way to Oakland, California, where she would become the first woman to fly solo across the Pacific Ocean. Earhart ruled the skies from the 1920s on through the 30s, breaking many records while astounding a global audience. And even now her legacy holds a permanent place flying high above us all.