My first trip on an Airbus A-380, at a time when the giant airliner’s future is in doubt.
On the SR-71, Kelly Johnson once said, everything had to be invented—including the gas.
For one thing, it left its weapons at home.
A U.S. lawmaker says simply, “It works.”
Low-tech and still used today, “Marston Mats” were among the most important inventions of World War II.
The citizens of Berlin will soon decide the historic airfield’s fate.
This summer the X-47B unmanned combat aircraft made its first arrested landing on the USS Eisenhower. Well, actually it was an F/A-18D Hornet.
September 11, 2001 wasn't the first time U.S. air traffic was grounded.
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