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[Video] The crash of Russian Tupolev Tu-144 supersonic transport aircraft at 1973 Paris Air Show
Civil Aviation / Cold War Era / Losses and Aviation Safety
Footage shows crash of Russian Tupolev Tu-144 supersonic transport aircraft at 1973 Paris Air Show
The story of British Airways Flight 9, the Boeing 747 that lost all four engines due to volcanic ash (yet it landed safely)
Civil Aviation / Losses and Aviation Safety
Here’s how a British Airways Boeing 747 that lost all four engines due to volcanic ash was able to land safely
Boeing 757 pilot recalls when (with no passengers aboard) he and his captain did an unrestricted climb to 10,000 feet
Civil Aviation / Losses and Aviation Safety
Boeing 757 pilot recalls when he and his captain did an unrestricted climb to 10,000 feet (with no passengers aboard)
Not a single photo of Concorde flying at Mach 2 exists. Here’s why.
Civil Aviation / Cold War Era
Here’s why a photo of a Concorde flying at Mach 2 doesn’t exist
Wagner chief Prigozhin dead in Embraer Legacy 600 corporate jet crash northwest of Moscow
Civil Aviation / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Wagner chief Prigozhin dead in Embraer Legacy 600 corporate jet crash northwest of Moscow
Boeing to transform this MD-90 jet into X-66A Sustainable Flight Demonstrator to test Transonic Truss-Braced Wing configuration
Civil Aviation
Boeing to transform this MD-90 jet into X-66A Sustainable Flight Demonstrator to test Transonic Truss-Braced Wing configuration
It's not goodbye; it's see you soon. New York’s Intrepid Concorde on the move for a three-month restoration.
Civil Aviation / Losses and Aviation Safety
It’s not goodbye; it’s see you soon. New York’s Intrepid Concorde on the move for a three-month restoration.
Iconic Catalina Amphibious Flying Boat production to restart
Aviation History / Civil Aviation / Military Aviation
Iconic Catalina Amphibious Flying Boat production to restart
ATC controller recalls when he asked for vertical separation to an SR-71 Blackbird crew in conflicting route with an Air France Concorde Supersonic Airliner
Civil Aviation / Military Aviation / SR-71 Blackbird
[Updated] ATC controller recalls when he asked for vertical separation to an SR-71 Blackbird crew in conflicting route with an Air France Concorde Supersonic Airliner
United Airlines Boeing 757 Pilot Recalls Challenging Landing Test for New Pilot
Civil Aviation / Losses and Aviation Safety
United Airlines Boeing 757 Pilot Recalls Challenging Landing Test for New Pilot
NASA's X-59 QueSST aircraft moves Closer to Runway at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works facility for ground testing
Civil Aviation
NASA X-59 QueSST aircraft moves Closer to Runway at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works facility for ground testing
Did you know Concorde used the afterburners only on take-off and for a short while between Mach 0.95 and 1.5?
Civil Aviation / Cold War Era
Did you know Concorde used the afterburners only on take-off and for a short while between Mach 0.95 and 1.5?
Concorde wasn’t the first Airliner to Break the Sound Barrier: how the DC-8 became the first commercial transport to go supersonic
Aviation History / Civil Aviation / Cold War Era
Concorde wasn’t the first Airliner to Break the Sound Barrier: how the DC-8 became the first commercial transport to go supersonic
How Many Boeing 747s have crashed?
Civil Aviation / Losses and Aviation Safety
How Many Boeing 747s have crashed?
Former Boeing Employee explains why the company didn’t develop the 757 instead of the older 737
Civil Aviation
Former Boeing Employee explains why the company didn’t develop the 757 instead of the older 737
Remembering the deadliest incident in aviation history: When a KLM Boeing 747 Collided with a Pan Am Boeing 747 on the tarmac at the Tenerife Airport
Civil Aviation / Losses and Aviation Safety
Remembering the deadliest incident in aviation history: When a KLM Boeing 747 Collided with a Pan Am Boeing 747 on the tarmac at the Tenerife Airport
Cessna 172 pilot explains why the Skyhawk is so popular and why is the ultimate training aircraft
Civil Aviation / Losses and Aviation Safety
Cessna 172 pilot explains why the Skyhawk is so popular and why is the ultimate training aircraft
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