Air RecreationLeisure activities and hobbies related to aviation such as air racing, stunt flying, skydiving and air shows
How a 1940s Interstate Cadet trainer sent a famous airshow pilot on a journey to find a kindred spirit.
January 2012 | By John Fleischman
Remote-control models face off in the Extreme Flight Championships.
January 2012 | By Preston Lerner
To nail the air-to-air shot, pilot and photographer have to work together like, well, this pair.
January 2012 | By Debbie Gary
Progress on the path to suborbital tourism.
November 03, 2011 | By Tony Reichhardt
Teams gathered their experimental planes in Santa Rosa, California last week for a competition of their environmental industriousness.
October 03, 2011 | By Heather Goss
What it was like in the pits that day.
September 19, 2011 | By Linda Shiner
Even helping Jeb Corliss looks scary. Here’s the master of the wingsuit doing his thing in close proximity to canyon walls, as seen from multiple camera angles.
September 05, 2011 | By Tony Reichhardt
From the Chicago Daily Tribune, November 28, 1920: "At last the pride of the Army air service, the Verville-Packard chasse biplane, has established its worth by romping ahead of thirty-four starters in the first Pulitzer...
September 02, 2011 | By Rebecca Maksel
A civilian flight trainer enters the collections.
September 2011 | By Rebecca Maksel
The 75th anniversary of a round-the-world trip.
September 2011 | By George C. Larson, Member, NAA
The Reno Kid, raceplane builder par excellence.
September 2011 | By Linda Shiner
An airshow superstar adds firefighting to her repertoire.
August 2011 | By Debbie Gary
How an ore-mining town in Sweden sees a new identity over the horizon.
August 2011 | By Andrew Curry
A grad student in Italy salvages Germany's rarest World War I airplane engines.
August 2011 | By Andrew Lawler
Filming for Cinerama with a fearless flyer.
August 2011 | By James Morrison
Take a fantasy flight in a real, live Liberator.
July 2011 | By Stephen Joiner
A remote-controlled airplane, a camera, and a pair of goggles can put you in the (virtual) pilot's seat for as little as $500.
July 2011 | By Mark Betancourt
Flying. The other universal language.
July 2011 | By James Wynbrandt
Challenging the Helldiver’s bad reputation.
July 2011 | By Rebecca Maksel
Who can forget billionaire ex-spaceman Jeff Tracy and his five sons (Scott, Virgil, Alan, Gordon, and John), each named after a Mercury astronaut? Remember how they—through their organization (International Rescue)—um...rescued people...internationally? Ok, so they were puppets. Deal with it, peop...
May 05, 2011 | By Rebecca Maksel