The Frontiers of Flight Museum, the Texas Eagles for Aviation and Claude R. Platte DFW Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen have partnered to bring a special Black History celebration to the North Texas community. The […]
Today’s picture shows the experimental staff at the North American Aviation plant in Inglewood, California, observing wind tunnel tests on a model of the B-25 (“Billy Mitchell”) bomber. 4×5 Kodachrome transparency by Alfred Palmer.
Retracing the route taken by famed aviatrix Jean Batten when she made the first-ever solo flight from England to New Zealand during October 1936, Airscapade‘s Douglas DC-3C N451ZS arrived in Auckland, New Zealand following a […]
Today we came across this amazing video of a Lockheed P-38 Lightning and Chance Vought F4U-4 “CORSAIR” belonging to the Flying Bulls collection shot during formation training flight over the Austrian mountains. This F4 was […]
A Stearman Model 4E Speedmail has made its first post-restoration flight following a five-year stem to stern restoration by Jim Kimball Enterprises of Zellwood, Florida. The plane which was constructed in 1929 is currently owned […]
Today’s pictures shows women at work on a B 26 Invader’s radial engine at Douglas Aircraft Company in Long Beach, California approximately around October 1942. 4×5 Kodachrome transparency by Alfred Palmer.
The Stichting Neptune Association’s Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina, PH-PBY, flew for the first time in more than three years at Lelystad in The Netherlands, following a long period of maintenance in the organization’s new hangar at […]
Piper L-4 Grasshopper 12965 (EC-AJY) made its first post-restoration flight recently at Cuatro Vientos, near Madrid, Spain. The plane is operated by the Fundación Infante de Orleans (FIO), and the restoration project was started in […]
The Vintage Aviation Team (TVAT) of Brampton Ontario is making steady progress in the building of a full-scale reproduction of the Fokker D.VII 8609/18 that was famously flown at public air displays all across Canada […]