Aerospace IndustryAerospace manufacturing and air travel
September 2002 | By Mary Collins
An accident blamed on the catch-all "pilot error" could have a single preventable cause.
July 2002 | By Stephan Wilkinson
For three small airports, there's no way back to life as it was before September 11.
July 2002 | By Mark Huber
It took 28 seconds for USAir Flight 427 to plummet from the sky. It took the National Transportation Safety Board five years to figure out why.
July 2002 | By Bill Adair
July 2002 | By Stuart Nixon
The airplane builders of Mundelein High.
May 2002 | By John Fleischman
On your next flight, the passenger in the seat beside you could be a federal air marshal.
May 2002 | By D.C. Agle
The Boeing B-29
May 2002 | By J. Douglas Hinton
The last flying D.H.89 Dragon Rapide in the United States.
March 2002 | By Diane Tedeschi
Fifty years ago, cold-war games halted all civilian air traffic—long before September 11 did the same.
March 2002 | By Roger A. Mola
Why you remain conscious at 30,000 feet.
January 2002 | By George C. Larson
In China, another revolution is about to begin.
November 2001 | By William Triplett
The next big air disaster could be caused by an out-of-control passenger. But the airlines refuse to face the problem.
September 2001 | By Patricia Friend
The choicest sites for airplane watching.
September 2001 | By Russell Munson
The Apollo Lunar Module wasn't pretty. But it got the job done.
September 2001 | By D.C. Agle
July 2001 | By Stuart Nixon
The Lockheed L-1649A Starliner gets a makeover.
May 2001 | By John Sotham
March 2001 | By Lester A. Reingold
Airline accidents are usually the results of tragic mistakes, and prosecuting those responsible doesn't benefit anyone.
January 2001 | By Kenneth P. Quinn
Once swallowed whole by TWA, local Missouri favorite Ozark Air Lines flies again.
January 2001 | By Nan Chase