Get set for another "one year since 9/11" retrospective … but this time, from the point of view of a pilot.
In 1993 the current airspace system that uses the alphabet to designate the different airspace types went into effect, replacing all the previous airspace designations, but one.
Back in aviation's formative years, spins were widely accepted as being non-habit forming -- once caught in a spin, there was no known way out -- until...
Fewer than ten percent of licensed pilots are women and this week we look at one of the pioneers -- as a success and a tragedy.
While many credit Igor Sikorsky for paving the way to the successful helicopter, Sikorsky's products and progeny are not the only craft capable of making VTOL flight and indeed another had its beginnings this week in 1942.
On December 22, 1930 a new aircraft lifted into the skies and immediately overshadowed the work being done anywhere else in the world.
If you believe that America is the greatest country in the world, it’s a fine season to recall the reasons why. These men are some of them...
Thomas Selfridge, a Lieutenant in the United States Army, found himself in Canada on December 6, 1907 -- more important, he found himself volunteering to fly.
Built in secret -- and without a government contract -- the de Havilland DH 98 Mosquito prototype made its first flight from Hatfield, England on November 25, 1940.
In Spain, on November 15, 1922, Juan de la Cierva was granted a patent that led to the birth of the helicopter.