Unmanned aerial vehicles or "drones" are certain type of aeroplanes which are controlled by RC by a person on ground or they have a pre-planned route.
Following the failure to take the bridges at Arnhem only part of Holland was liberated. The occupied part had little or no food and began to starve to death. The RAF started to drop food.
In 1941 with Britain the only force fighting against Nazi Germany, a secret flight was set up to evaluate enemy aircraft and radar. It was nicknamed the "RAFWaffe".
Helicopters have the amazing capability of landing safely on a small area free of obstacles even if engine power is lost. Phases, types and aerodynamics of an autorotation are explained in detail.
Discover how a mid-air collision over the Grand Canyon changed the skies forever.
The IAF needed a heavy bomber after independence. As the western powers failed to oblige, the IAF technicians cannibalised some 70 abandoned machines at Kanpur by RAF and 50 were made airworthy.
Outlining the most influential aircraft of the second World War. Advances in aviation technology during World War II laid the groundwork for military aviation. This is a tribute to those great planes.
The DC 3 and its military version the C-47 served the IAF for more than 30 years. It was a hardy and versatile machine that was one of the work horses of the IAF
When Charles Lindbergh flew his tiny monoplane across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927, and touched down in France, many considered it the greatest achievement in the history of flight.
With outstanding safety features, a modern glass cockpit and impressive performance, the Cabri G2 is currently the best training helicopter in the world.