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.
The SR-71 Blackbird, also known as the Archangel, the fastest classified air breathing airplane in the world and the world's first stealth plane that could fly at speeds over Mach 3 .
The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress was a four engine long range heavy bomber used in World War II.
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.
With outstanding safety features, a modern glass cockpit and impressive performance, the Cabri G2 is currently the best training helicopter in the world.
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.
In our quest for the perfect flying vehicle, we came out with some interesting shapes to hit the sky.
The Boeing 747 first flew on February 9, 1969. It was the reigning “Queen of the Skies” for the rest of the 20th century. Boeing sold 1,546 747s. It was the first of the wide body jetliners.
The Canberra, a light bomber was inducted into the IAF in the late fifties of the last century. It was phased out after 2 decades, during this span it was the foremost strike bomber of the AF