Earhart, an American aviator, became the first woman to fly solo and non-stop across the Atlantic in 1932.

In 1937, large-scale searches in the US were fruitless. Hoping to solve an 87-year-old mystery, Tony Romeo said, "He is America's most famous missing person. As long as she is missing, there will always be someone looking for her. We are trying to end this story and bring Amelia home. We are excited," he said. 

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Earhart, an American aviator, became the first woman and second person to fly solo and non-stop across the Atlantic in 1932. 
 
Romeo, managing director of private exploration company Deep Sea Vision, said they estimate the wreckage of Earhart's plane is on the ocean floor, 5,000 meters (16,400 feet) below the surface and about 160 km from Howland Island. He shared that blurry sonar images from the deep-sea drone show a shape similar to the plane on the flat, sandy ocean floor.
 
Deep Sea Vision's 16-member team searched more than 13,400 square kilometers (5,200 square miles) for 100 days.