Definition of Amy Johnson from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Amy Johnson

 
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(1903-41) an English pilot who became famous when she flew alone from London to Australia in 1930, winning a £10 000 prize. She then flew alone to Japan in 1931 and to South Africa in 1932. She was killed when her plane crashed off the south-east coast of England.