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
Flying is the fastest mode of travel known to man but how fast is the fastest passenger aircraft? Let’s find out.
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.
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.
Many people often dream what it would be like to be a pilot but never take the leap to doing it. Well I took that leap and I am here to share some basics to consider on your way to becoming a pilot.
During my years of flying since 1967, I have experienced occasional annoyance which has really tested my patience. This article relates my top pet peeves ranging from cancelled flights to turbulence.
Discover how a mid-air collision over the Grand Canyon changed the skies forever.
1. In 1946, Admiral Chester Nimitz, the chief of Naval Operations, ordered the creation of a flight exhibition team. The mission was simple, Admiral Nimitz wanted to raise Navy morale, showcase naval air power, raise...
The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress was a four engine long range heavy bomber used in World War II.
The TU -160 first appeared on the scene in 1981. It was made operational but soon production was stopped . In 2014 the Russians have again developed this supersonic bomber and it is coming .