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.
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Flying is the fastest mode of travel known to man but how fast is the fastest passenger aircraft? Let’s find out.
The iconic image of Charles Lindbergh hurtling over the dark Atlantic Ocean in his tiny monoplane "The Spirit of St. Louis", has enthralled people since Lindbergh first touched down in France in 1927. Many consider it the greatest achievement in the history of flight.
Germany's most highly decorated combat pilot in World War II, known as the "Stuka Pilot" Hans Rudel was shot down 29 times during the war and survived to see the end of Adolf Hitler's Third Reich.
During the dark days of 1940, Britain faced the immense task of defeating the Nazi war machine, but she didn't face it alone, this is the story of some of the men and women who came to help.
For the hi-fliers, first class in a passenger aircraft won’t be enough. They would want their own jets. So which are these hi-flier jets and how fast can they fly? Let’s see.
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.
The National Air & Space Museum has two F-4s in its collection. One F-4 is a record breaker and the other is a MiG killer. Together they represent the F-4's contribution to aviation history.
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