Camellia Falco

Camellia Falco is the host of Tokyo DisneySea's Soaring: Fantastic Flight attraction.

Born in 1801, the daughter of Cellino and Giuliana Falco, founders of the Museum of Fantastic Flight, which she inherited in 1850. In 1851, Camellia became the first woman ever inducted into the Society of Explorers and Adventurers. Camellia's passion was in advancing human flight, she was a hot air balloon traveler and developed the Dream Flyer. The Dream Flyer was a glider inspired by Leondaro DaVinci.

After her death in 1875, her spirit would linger in the halls of the Museum of Fantastic Flight and during a special retrospective of her life held in 1901, her spirit would invite visitors to take a flight of fancy aboard the Dream Flyers.

Sources

“Camellia Falco.” Disney Wiki, disney.fandom.com/wiki/Camellia_Falco.

“The Society of Explorers and Adventurers - Part 1.” Jungle Skipper, 1 July 2018, jungleskipper.com/history/society-of-explorers-and-adventurers-part-1.