Amelia Rose Earhart Wiki, Birthday, Married, Husband, Boyfriend, Height

Date: 11 May, 2017

Amelia Rose Earhart Wiki, Birthday, Married, Husband, Boyfriend, Height

Quick Information

Date of Birth 1983-01-18
Profession Pilot, Speaker
Marital Status Single
Divorced/Engaged Not Yet
Boyfriend/Dating Jack Wodlinger (?-Present)
Gay/Lesbain No
Ethnicity White
Net Worth Not Disclosed
Social Media Twitter, Instagram
Children/Kids Not Yet
Height N/A
Parents Claudia Smith (Mother), Glen Earhart (Father)

Amelia Rose Earheart is an inspirational figure in the field of aviation for all the women out there. She is the second youngest woman pilot to fly around the world. She was born in 1983 in Downey, California and belongs to American ethnicity. She has a decent height of 5 feet and 8 inches.In her youth, she found out from her family that she was the descendant of Amelia Mary Earheart who was a pioneer of aviation and an author.

After doing some research while she was in college, she found out from a genealogist that she and Amelia Mary Earheart share a distant common ancestry and it’s from the 1700s. But a second genealogical research in 2013 found no any connection between the two. She now lives in Denver, Colorado. She is also a traffic and weather reporter there.

On June 2, 2004, Earheart took her first flying lesson. She was just 21 then. She obtained her private pilot license in a Cessna 172. She recreated her namesake's transcontinental flight from Oakland, California to Miami, Florida in a flight named Cirrus SR22, as a completion of her mandatory training hours in 2012.

She was awarded the Amelia Earhart Pioneering Achievement Award in July 2013 for her achievements in the aviation field. Also in 2013, she started a foundation named `Fly with Amelia` which grants flight scholarships to girls of age 16-18.

Earheart is known for her Global Circumnavigation Flight from June 26  to July 11, 2014, in an airplane having a single engine with her co-pilot, Shane Jordan. She started her flight from Oakland, California. Her route was to fly across the US, then south into the Caribbean, northeast Brazil, the South Atlantic Ocean, then the African continent, the Indian Ocean, the Pacific Islands, and the Pacific Ocean and finally back to California.

During the flight, they made a trip of 24,300 nautical miles at a time span of 108 flying hours. Her predecessor and navigator Fred Noonan used the help of maps and Morse code for the trip compared to the modern equipment Earhart and her co-pilot, Shane Jordan, used, including laptop and GPS. She left her career as a news anchor for Denver's NBC channel and has now dedicated herself to inspire young people to pursue their goals in the aviation field, including becoming pilots.

She has inspired and helped many young girls through her foundation and helped them to achieve their dreams especially in the aviation field. Besides her works, she plans to tour, write aviation books and give time to her family in her free time.

Earheart is a married woman, but most of her personal information about her husband and personal life has not been disclosed to the media including her birthday. She also has a son. She being a career-focused woman there are no any rumors about her having a boyfriend or an affair or dating anyone. More information about Earheart can be found on her wiki profile.