Terms & Conditions

Please read the following Terms & Conditions of Use carefully before using this website. You are required to expressly accept the following Terms and Conditions of Use, without any modifications, prior to each use of this website. The State of Hawaii Department of Transportation Airport Division (the “HDOTA”) may revise the Terms and Conditions of Use without any specific notice to you. The Terms and Conditions of Use posted at the time of your use of this website governs that use. If you do not agree with any part of the following Terms and Conditions of Use, you will not be permitted to use this website.

The images and other content, (the “Media”), on this site, http://aviation.hawaii.gov, are protected under applicable intellectual property laws. Unless otherwise stated, intellectual property rights in the website are administered by HDOTA on behalf of itself and the State of Hawaii.

FOR MEDIA USE PLEASE NOTE:

You are prohibited from using the Media for any commercial purpose. Any use, whether or not commercial, that may tend to degrade, tarnish the reputation of, or embarrass the content creator (photographer, videographer etc.), the State of Hawaii, or HDOTA is strictly prohibited.

FOR ALL USE:

The following are general examples of what Media may not be used for or in connection with. The following list is not exhaustive.

You agree that, upon notice from HDOTA, you will immediately cease all use of the Media and, to the extent possible, remove all Media from any and all materials in which they appear.

Credit is required for each of the Media as specified on this website. Credit must be placed adjacent to any use of the Media.

You, your successors and assigns, agree to release, indemnify and defend HDOTA and the State of Hawaii from and against all costs, liability, loss, damage, and expense, including all attorneys’ fees, and all claims, suits, and demands therefor, arising out of or resulting from your acts or omissions under these Terms & Conditions of Use and your use of the Media.

Hawaii Aviation | Photos of Amelia Earhart

Photos of Amelia Earhart

Amelia Earhart
Amelia Earhart, 1930.  Amelia Earhart, 1930. Amelia Earhart is sworn in as an honorary commander (Major rank) of a reconnaisance squadron at a field near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, 1933.  Amelia Earhart is sworn in as an honorary commander (Major rank) of a reconnaisance squadron at a field near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, 1933. Amelia Earhart arrived in Honolulu on the Lurline, sailing past Aloha Tower on December 27, 1934.  Amelia Earhart arrived in Honolulu on the Lurline, sailing past Aloha Tower on December 27, 1934. Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Vega, 1932.  Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Vega, 1932. Hula dancer Dorothy Leslie posed between George Putnam, publisher and husband of Amelia Earhart, right, on arrival in Honolulu, December 27, 1934.  Hula dancer Dorothy Leslie posed between George Putnam, publisher and husband of Amelia Earhart, right, on arrival in Honolulu, December 27, 1934. The Lurline on which Amelia Earhart arrived in Honolulu on December 27, 1934 with her husband and her plane.  The Lurline on which Amelia Earhart arrived in Honolulu on December 27, 1934 with her husband and her plane. Amelia Earhart Putnam's Lockheed Vega monoplane rests on the deck of the Lurline upon arrival in Hawaii, December 27, 1934.  Amelia Earhart Putnam's Lockheed Vega monoplane rests on the deck of the Lurline upon arrival in Hawaii, December 27, 1934. Amelia Earhart's plane was harnessed up by specially constructed slings to lift it from the deck of the Lurline, December 27, 1934.  Amelia Earhart's plane was harnessed up by specially constructed slings to lift it from the deck of the Lurline, December 27, 1934. Amelia Earhart's airplane is lifted over the side of the Lurline, December 27, 1934.  Amelia Earhart's airplane is lifted over the side of the Lurline, December 27, 1934. Amelia Earhart's plane swings over the side of the Lurline onto a barge below in Honolulu Harbor, December 27, 1934.  Amelia Earhart's plane swings over the side of the Lurline onto a barge below in Honolulu Harbor, December 27, 1934. Amelia Earhart and husband George Putnam were serenaded by Royal Hawaiian Hotel musicians, January 2, 1935.  Amelia Earhart and husband George Putnam were serenaded by Royal Hawaiian Hotel musicians, January 2, 1935. Honolulu Sheriff Duke Kahanamoku shares a pineapple with Amelia Earhart, January 2, 1935 at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.  Honolulu Sheriff Duke Kahanamoku shares a pineapple with Amelia Earhart, January 2, 1935 at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel. Honolulu Sheriff Duke Kahanamoku shows Amelia Earhart how pineapples are prepared for eating, January 2, 1935 at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.  Honolulu Sheriff Duke Kahanamoku shows Amelia Earhart how pineapples are prepared for eating, January 2, 1935 at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel. Amelia Earhart delivers a lecture at the University of Hawaii, January 3, 1935. The lecture was broadcast by Honolulu radio station KGU.  Amelia Earhart delivers a lecture at the University of Hawaii, January 3, 1935. The lecture was broadcast by Honolulu radio station KGU. Mildred Mitchell presents a lei to Amelia Earhart while on an interisland tour of Hawaii, while her sister Bernice Mitchell waits with more leis, January 5, 1935.  Mildred Mitchell presents a lei to Amelia Earhart while on an interisland tour of Hawaii, while her sister Bernice Mitchell waits with more leis, January 5, 1935. Amelia Earhart boards an interisland plane. She is pictured with Paul Mantz, California pilot; George Putnam, her husband; Mrs. Mantz; and Stanley Kennedy, president of Inter-Island Airways, January 5, 1935.  Amelia Earhart boards an interisland plane. She is pictured with Paul Mantz, California pilot; George Putnam, her husband; Mrs. Mantz; and Stanley Kennedy, president of Inter-Island Airways, January 5, 1935. Mechanics at Wheeler Field, Oahu, calibrate the compass on Amelia Earhart's airplane, January 8, 1935.  Mechanics at Wheeler Field, Oahu, calibrate the compass on Amelia Earhart's airplane, January 8, 1935. Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Vega at Wheeler Field, Oahu, January 8, 1935.  Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Vega at Wheeler Field, Oahu, January 8, 1935. Amelia Earhart dons her flight suit at Wheeler Field before departing January 11, 1935 for her record breaking flight from Oahu to California.  Amelia Earhart dons her flight suit at Wheeler Field before departing January 11, 1935 for her record breaking flight from Oahu to California. Amelia Earhart receives a bouquet in the cockpit of her plane after landing at Oakland Field, California, on January 12, 1935 after her flight from Hawaii.  Amelia Earhart receives a bouquet in the cockpit of her plane after landing at Oakland Field, California, on January 12, 1935 after her flight from Hawaii. Amelia Earhart sits on the running board of a Standard Oil fueling truck, at Wheeler Field, 1935. Amelia Earhart sits on the running board of a Standard Oil fueling truck, at Wheeler Field, 1935. Amelia Earhart, 1935. Amelia Earhart, 1935. Amelia Earhart and her mechanic Ernie Tissot, 1935 at Wheeler Field, Oahu. Amelia Earhart and her mechanic Ernie Tissot, 1935 at Wheeler Field, Oahu. A memorial plaque on a stone monument at Diamond Head Lookout, commemorates Amelia Earhart's 1935 flight from Wheeler Field to Oakland, California. A memorial plaque on a stone monument at Diamond Head Lookout, commemorates Amelia Earhart's 1935 flight from Wheeler Field to Oakland, California. Amelia Earhart arrives at Wheeler Field, Oahu, aboard her twin engine Lockheed Electra on the first leg of her east to west trip around the world flight, March 18, 1937. Amelia Earhart arrives at Wheeler Field, Oahu, aboard her twin engine Lockheed Electra on the first leg of her east to west trip around the world flight, March 18, 1937. Attempting to set an aviation mark as the first woman to fly around the world, Amelia Earhart arrived at Wheeler Field, Oahu, on March 18, 1937 at 5:40 a.m. in her twin-engine Lockheed Electra. Attempting to set an aviation mark as the first woman to fly around the world, Amelia Earhart arrived at Wheeler Field, Oahu, on March 18, 1937 at 5:40 a.m. in her twin-engine Lockheed Electra. Amelia Earhart wears a lei upon arrival at Wheeler Field, Oahu, from California, March 18, 1937. She was pleased that the first leg of her east to west global flight attempt had been successful. Amelia Earhart wears a lei upon arrival at Wheeler Field, Oahu, from California, March 18, 1937. She was pleased that the first leg of her east to west global flight attempt had been successful. Amelia Earhart wears lei upon arrival from Oakland, California, March 18, 1937 in 15 hours 47 minutes. She set a speed record for that route with four hours of fuel remaining. Amelia Earhart wears lei upon arrival from Oakland, California, March 18, 1937 in 15 hours 47 minutes. She set a speed record for that route with four hours of fuel remaining. Amelia Earhart is honored at a farewell party at the Wheeler Field Officer's Club, March 19, 1937. Amelia Earhart is honored at a farewell party at the Wheeler Field Officer's Club, March 19, 1937. Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Electra plane in a Wheeler Field hangar being tuned for her attempted flight around the world, March 19, 1937. Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Electra plane in a Wheeler Field hangar being tuned for her attempted flight around the world, March 19, 1937.
« 1 of 2 »