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1932: Amelia Earhart became the first woman to make a solo air crossing of the Atlantic.
AMERICAN aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart left Newfoundland to become the first woman to make a solo air crossing of the Atlantic.
Besides, EPA has issued final show cause notices to builders of 38 residential schemes and decided to file their cases before Environmental Tribunals These builders have been charged that in their projects, these builders did not fulfil the requirements of disposal of sewage, construction of green belts, passage of air crossing, waste bin, parking and treatment plants.
If I'd have jumped out the saddle and punched the air crossing the line I'd have probably fallen off.
The Israeli Defense Ministry said in a statement that that the handling services, loading, uploading, weighting and other services are normally provided for free at all land, sea and air crossing points in Israel and all over the world.
Warm air crossing the Atlantic will encounter very cold arctic air which will cause a low pressure system to develop later on Wednesday, which will then track quickly eastwards.
The DOUBLE DECK RED Evo 6 offers outstanding floor saving with identical technical characteristics of a single layer stenter, as there is no hot air crossing between upper and lower chambers.
With three Curtiss NC flying boats, Towers planned and led the first air crossing of the Atlantic in May 1919.
During this period he became friends with Major Ramon Franco, General Francisco Franco's younger brother, who then held leftwing ideas and had gained world fame by making the first air crossing of the South Atlantic in 1926.
Significant Tech Feature: The device's patented desuperheating chamber smoothly modulates the air conditioning system's capacity by varying refrigerant flow according to suction pressure, which changes with the temperature of air crossing the evaporator coil.
1932 - Amelia Earhart became the first woman to make a solo air crossing of the Atlantic.