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fastest aircrafts Top 5 Fastest Aircrafts in the World - On December 17, 1903, Wilbur and Orville Wright revolutionized the world with the creation of the first successful airplane. Now, aircrafts have become one of the most well-known, most advanced, and most used methods of transportation. According to a 24-hour study by USA Today, there are over 76,329 flights taken per minute! An aircraft is […]
5 Truths About Amelia Earhart That Will Inspire Your Inner Pilot - July 24, 1897 – July 2, 1937 Amelia Mary Earhart was an American aviation pioneer and author. Earhart was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She received the U.S. Distinguished Flying Cross for this record. Amelia Earhart is a name we hear again and again and her story is a […]
7 Air Shows to Look Out for in 2016 and Beyond - One could not say they have tasted the essence of life until they have seen and experienced the high-octane energy of an airshow. What is an airshow, you ask? It’sand families alike. It’s both an iconic and informative museum filled with celebrated machinery mixed with hands-on and personal demonstrations of military showmanship and pilot skill. […]
air force one What We Know So Far About the New Air Force One - After twenty-five years of loyal service and countless worldwide treks, the current presidential plane, the Air Force One, will soon be retiring. The existing aircrafts, two 747-200B models by Boeing, have been in business since 1991 under George HW Bush. Though the planes have served valiantly, they are slowly becoming obsolete, as the jets are […]
women ww2 The Often Forgotten Role of Women During WWII - World War II was defined by the countless heroic soldiers who faced terror on the front lines to fight for worldwide justice and freedom. However, one key component that is often forgotten in the barrage of events is the significant roles women played both on the home front and the battle lines. While the men […]
el nino Air Travel Tips For El Niño This Holiday Season - There’s no question that El Niño is coming fast. In some parts of the country, heavy rain and snow have already fallen, making regular, every day commutes difficult and slow. When bad weather hits, it’s common to expect delays due to the tough traveling conditions, but this doesn’t have to hamper your entire holiday. In […]
women aviation history 5 Women Who Helped Revolutionize the Aviation Industry - Where would the world be without the amazing women that have helped shape history? It was inevitable that incredible women would help write history and the history of the aviation industry is no exception. These women are pioneers of the aviation industry and paved the way for other future female aviators to follow their dreams. […]
What Every Aspiring Pilot Should Read About Commercial Flight Simulators - Commercial flight simulators have helped and assisted potential pilots in becoming control and operate prepared before guiding a large aircraft thousands of feet in the air. It has aided in the facilitation in the transition from teaching to reality. In essence, these devices are video games taken to the next level, but serve a much […]
Behind the Inspiration of Military Nose Art of WWll - Art and war never seem to go together. We think of “war” and picture strapping young men in uniforms armed and ready to protect our nation’s freedom at any cost, while the picture of an artist is a complete 180-degree turn. He’s usually dressed nonchalantly with a strange haircut and adorned in a mess of […]