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플라잉 주부(Flying Housewife)라는 별명을 가진 미국인: 플라잉 주부(Flying Housewife)라는 별명을 가진 미국인 1964 플라잉 주부(Flying Housewife)라는 별명을 가진 미국인 180 플라잉 주부(Flying Housewife)라는 별명을 가진 미국인 – as British teenager repeats the feat

  • Mother-of-three Jerrie Mock, completed the flight in April 1964, 늙은 38, after landing in Columbus, 오하이오
  • Became first woman in history to fly solo around the world – beating her younger rival Joan Merriman Smith
  • She was greeted with rapturous crowds and also presented with an award by President Lyndon Johnson
  • When 38-year-old mother-of-three Jerrie Mock piloted her Cessna 180 light aircraft down the runway in March 1964 for her planned round-the-world trip, she was fulfilling a lifelong dream.

    Twenty-nine days and 22,860 miles later, the woman who was dubbed America’s ‘Flying Housewifeby the world’s media landed back in Columbus, 오하이오, to rapturous crowds.

    She had become the first woman in history to fly solo around the world – beating her younger rival Joan Merriman Smith, who had opted to fly the longer route planned by aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart on her ultimately doomed attempt.

    When she returned, Jerrie – who had worn a skirt and blouse while flying and put on high heels after landingwas honoured with an award at the 백악관 by the then President Lyndon Johnson.

    Her feat was echoed yesterday by 19-year-old British-Belgian teenager Zara Rutherford, who became the youngest woman to fly solo around the world.

    The flight, which she completed in her Shark UL ultralight microlight, 했다 155 days after she became stranded in Russia for 41 일.

    Jerrie, who had studied aeronautical engineering at Ohio State University passed away on October 1, 2014, 늙은 88.

    When 38-year-old mother-of-three Jerrie Mock piloted her Cessna 180 light aircraft down the runway in March 1964 for her planned round-the-world trip, she was fulfilling a lifelong dream. Twenty-nine days and 22,860 miles later, the woman who was dubbed America's 'Flying Housewife' by the world's media landed back in Columbus, 오하이오, to rapturous crowds

    When 38-year-old mother-of-three Jerrie Mock piloted her Cessna 180 light aircraft down the runway in March 1964 for her planned round-the-world trip, she was fulfilling a lifelong dream. Twenty-nine days and 22,860 miles later, the woman who was dubbed America’s ‘Flying Housewifeby the world’s media landed back in Columbus, 오하이오, to rapturous crowds

    Jerrie completed the feat in her 11-year-old Cessna 180. It is now on display at the Steven F Udvar-Hazy Center, 여자 이름

    Jerrie completed the feat in her 11-year-old Cessna 180. It is now on display at the Steven F Udvar-Hazy Center, 여자 이름

    The housewife decided to embark on her flight after discovering with her husband Russell that no other woman had yet done it.

    The first man to fly solo around the world, Wiley Post, had done so in 1933.

    Keen to get the recognition for her feat, Joan filed the paperwork so that she would be able to claim the world record if she was successful.

    몇 주 후, Joan Merriam Smith – who had thousands of hours of flying under her belt, rather than Jerrie’s 750 – filed her own paperwork.

    Because she had been the first to file the papers, it meant that Jerrie only needed to successfully complete her flight for her to be able to claim the record.

    When she returned, Jerrie – who had worn a skirt and blouse while flying and put on high heels after landing - was honoured with an award at the White House by the then President Lyndon Johnson

    When she returned, Jerrie – who had worn a skirt and blouse while flying and put on high heels after landingwas honoured with an award at the White House by the then President Lyndon Johnson

    Her feat was echoed yesterday by 19-year-old British-Belgian teenager Zara Rutherford, who became the youngest woman to fly solo around the world

    Her feat was echoed yesterday by 19-year-old British-Belgian teenager Zara Rutherford, who became the youngest woman to fly solo around the world

    Her feat was echoed yesterday by 19-year-old British-Belgian teenager Zara Rutherford, who became the youngest woman to fly solo around the world

    Her feat was echoed yesterday by 19-year-old British-Belgian teenager Zara Rutherford, who became the youngest woman to fly solo around the world

    Jerrie took off from Ohio’s Por Columbus airport two weeks earlier than expected on March 19 in her 11-year-old Cessna plane, which she named Charlie.

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    She had had new radio equipment fitted to the plane and any unnecessary fixtures had to be removed so that the additional fuel tanks – needed so the aircraft could fly over the open ocean – would fit.

    Ahead of her, 그녀는 가지고 있었다 21 중지, with her first leg being to Bermuda.

    쓰기 2020, Jerrie’s granddaughter Rita Mock-Pike revealed that her grandmother heard the air traffic controller say as she left Columbus, ‘well, I guess that’s the last we’ll see of her.

    Jerrie is said to have remarked to Ms Mock-Pike: ‘I wasn’t entirely sure he was wrong.

    ‘I had never flown over open water before. And I was going to fly all the way around the world. But hey, I accomplished two out of three lifelong dreams. That’s pretty good for ‘just’ 여자.

    After successfully reaching Bermuda, Jerrie made a 2,000-mile leap to the Azores in the North Atlantic.

    거기, the first problem arose: ice on her wings.

    She later said: ‘When I was a student, I was told never to get into icing conditions if you don’t have a de-icer. There I was and there was not much I could do about it.

    다행히도, the ice melted after Jerrie flew above the clouds.

    나중, a blunder could have left her in very serious trouble. After arriving in Egypt, she thought had landed at Cairo’s airport but had in fact touched down at a military base and armed soldiers had surrounded the plane.

    고맙게도, the men just directed her to the right airport.

    After landing in Dhahran, 사우디 아라비아, soldiers appeared once again and this time searched the plane.

    Jerrie recalled: ‘They thought I had a man hidden behind the gas tank.When they did no find a man, the soldiers applauded her.

    The most serious issue Jerrie encountered was a burning wire she spotted while flying. In a cockpit filled with extra fuel, this could have had deadly consequences. Luckily she was able to put it out.

    The housewife decided to embark on her flight after discovering with her husband Russell that no other woman had yet done it. 위: Jerrie stands outside her plane

    The housewife decided to embark on her flight after discovering with her husband Russell that no other woman had yet done it. 위: Jerrie stands outside her plane

    Keen to get the recognition for her feat, Joan filed the paperwork so that she would be able to claim the world record if she was successful. 몇 주 후, Joan Merriam Smith (사진) – who had thousands of hours of flying under her belt, rather than Jerrie's 750 – filed her own paperwork

    Keen to get the recognition for her feat, Joan filed the paperwork so that she would be able to claim the world record if she was successful. 몇 주 후, Joan Merriam Smith (사진) – who had thousands of hours of flying under her belt, rather than Jerrie’s 750 – filed her own paperwork

    Jerrie took off from Ohio's Por Columbus airport two weeks earlier than expected on March 19 in her 11-year-old Cessna plane, which was named Charlie

    Jerrie took off from Ohio’s Por Columbus airport two weeks earlier than expected on March 19 in her 11-year-old Cessna plane, which was named Charlie

    She had had new radio equipment fitted to the plane and any unnecessary fixtures had to be removed so that the additional fuel tanks – needed so the aircraft could fly over the open ocean – would fit

    She had had new radio equipment fitted to the plane and any unnecessary fixtures had to be removed so that the additional fuel tanks – needed so the aircraft could fly over the open ocean – would fit

    쓰기 2020, Jerrie's granddaughter Rita Mock-Pike revealed that her grandmother heard the air traffic controller say as she left Columbus, 'well, I guess that's the last we'll see of her'

    쓰기 2020, Jerrie’s granddaughter Rita Mock-Pike revealed that her grandmother heard the air traffic controller say as she left Columbus, ‘well, I guess that’s the last we’ll see of her

    Jerrie is seen enjoying a glass of champagne with her father after completing the flight. Jerrie looks rightly delighted

    Jerrie is seen enjoying a glass of champagne with her father after completing the flight. Jerrie looks rightly delighted

    When Jerrie landed back home to her grand reception, she had beaten her rival, who had mechanical problems.

    After being invited to the White House, President Lyndon B. Johnson presented Jerrie with the Federal Aviation Administration’s Exceptional Service decoration.

    She went on to set several speed records but eventually gave up flying because of the expense of keeping a plane.

    Jerrie died in her sleep at her home in Quincy, 플로리다, after being in failing health for months, her family said.

    On the 50th anniversary of the completion of her flight just months before her death, a life-sized bronze statue depicting Jerrie holding a globe was unveiled at Port Columbus airport.

    Ms Rutherford’s flight in her Shark microlight had been supposed to take three months but relentless bad weather and visa issues kept her grounded for sometimes weeks on end.

    목요일에, rain, drizzle, sunshine and even a rainbow over Kortrijk airport exemplified the changing, often bad weather she had been facing all too often.

    After she was escorted by a four-plane formation in a huge V across much of Belgium, she did a flyby of the airport before finally landing.

    When Jerrie landed back home to her grand reception, she had beaten her rival, who had mechanical problems. 위: Jerrie at the airport being welcomed by citizens

    When Jerrie landed back home to her grand reception, she had beaten her rival, who had mechanical problems. 위: Jerrie at the airport being welcomed by citizens

    The first woman to fly around the world, Jerrie Mock, stands surrounded by reporters next to her plane, 'The Spirit of Columbus,' upon landing in Cairo, 이집트

    The first woman to fly around the world, Jerrie Mock, stands surrounded by reporters next to her plane, ‘The Spirit of Columbus,’ upon landing in Cairo, 이집트

    After waving to the jubilant crowds, she embraced her parents and draped herself both in the Union Jack and Belgian tricolor flag.

    ‘Winter in Europe poses a lot of challenges,’ she said as she was held back for days on the last few legs of the trip. 그럼 또, she had had to deal with -31 F in Siberia and 90 F in Indonesia. Fog, smoke from wildfires and even typhoons also held her back.

    She stopped over in five continents and visited 52 countries in a journey which covered over 32,000 miles of land.

    ‘The people were incredible, 어디에나,’ 그녀가 말했다.

    Rutherford’s flight saw her steer clear of wildfires in California, deal with biting cold over Russia and narrowly avoid North Korean airspace.

    She flew by Visual Flight Rules, basically going on sight only, often slowing down progress when more sophisticated systems could have led her through clouds and fog.

    ‘It’s very strange being back here,’ she told a media conference, adding that, after an epic journey with stops in nearly 30 국가, she was looking forward to putting her feet up for a while in just one place.

    ‘I’d like to do nothing next week,’ 그녀는 웃었다. ‘It was harder than I imagined.

    Jerrie (pictured above in later life) died in her sleep at her home in Quincy, 플로리다, after being in failing health for months, her family said

    Jerrie (pictured above in later life) died in her sleep at her home in Quincy, 플로리다, after being in failing health for months, her family said