LOCKHEED Electra 10A and 10C

LOCKHEED Electra 10A and 10C

Amelia Earhart was flying a Lockheed Electra 10E when she disappeared over the Pacific in 1937.

One of the first designs of the Lockheed company, the Electra was one of the first all-metal, passenger planes; its many innovations contributed to the design of the P-38 fighter.

From Aero Digest, April, 1935:

Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Burbank, California