AircraftMilitary, commercial and experimental vehicles designed for flight in the Earth’s atmosphere
How a milk run from an aircraft carrier nearly killed me.
May 2007 | By Chris McKenna
The world's most prolific builder of civilian helicopters.
March 2007 | By Mark Huber
In the age of computer design,
why do engineers still send airplane models to the wind tunnel?
March 2007 | By Peter Garrison
Shape-memory polymers and other technologies may create an airplane for all missions.
March 2007 | By Michael Milstein
Used airplane parts can appear in the strangest places.
March 2007 | By Lee Ann Tegtmeier
The airplanes are faster and the power lines more plentiful, but cropdusters fly today just as they did in the 1920s.
March 2007 | By Tom Harpole
Ten airplanes that are the last still flying.
March 2007 | By Stephen Joiner
Proud owner of the last flying Wildcat
March 2007 | By Diane Tedeschi
"That Big Biplane" | 1929 Zenith Z6A
March 2007 | By Don Parsons
For a B-25, it was a short flight and a 62-year layover.
January 2007 | By Kay Gordon
In the wreckage of a Wildcat lay clues to what happened in a famous World War II dogfight.
January 2007 | By Ralph Wetterhahn
Supersonic airplanes and a screen of radar stood ready during the cold war to avert the end of the world.
January 2007 | By Carl Posey
From zero to 150 in less than a second.
January 2007 | By Tim Wright
Sixty-five years after its first attempt, the restored Lightning should finally reach England next year.
January 2007 | By Larry Lowe
The "Father of the 747" talks about the famed airliner's birth.
January 2007 | By Bettina Chavanne
November 2006 | By Douglas Gantenbein
Portraits of military aviation's first fleet.
November 2006 | By airspacemag.com
Why 2006 is the year of the very light jet.
November 2006 | By Mark Huber
How a team of engineers and a crash diet saved the Joint Strike Fighter.
November 2006 | By Joe Pappalardo
November 2006 | By Paul A. Roales