Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

North American P-51 Mustang | The National WWII Museum | New Orleans

The P-51 Mustang was a long-range fighter that could escort heavy bombers to Berlin and back. The Museum's P-51 has the markings of the Tuskegee "Red Tails."

News | News Items

What Boeing's leadership changes mean for travel safety

Boeing's CEO Dave Calhoun will step down by the end of the year. Here's what changes at the top mean for flyers and why you should still feel safe.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

SR-71 Blackbird Pilot recalls When He Buzzed the Tower of Sacramento Airport with the Afterburners Lit

‘“Beautiful, beautiful, come back and do another one,” the tower controller said,’ Maury Rosenberg, SR-71 Blackbird pilot.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Watch a rocket-powered spaceplane fly for the first time

After flying for the first time on March 29, Dawn Aerospace’s rocket-powered spaceplane, the Mk-II Aurora, flew again the very next day.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Crazy Fact: The SR-71 Blackbird Outran 4,000 Missiles

While no SR-71 was ever shot down, political infighting and funding issues finally grounded the speedy Blackbird.

News | News

Private Boeing 747 With Just Over 50 Flight Hours Scrapped

The airliner intended for the late Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia sat in Switzerland for a decade.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

Chuck Yeager's Amazing Life Told Through The Airplanes He Flew

Chuck Yeager is among the most famous aviators of all time. The airplane was his brush, the sky his canvas, and flying was his art.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Could a Boeing 737 Land on an Aircraft Carrier?

Could a Boeing 737 land on an aircraft carrier? It seems like an absolutely crazy question...
An empty Boeing 737 weighs 75,000 pounds, has a wingspan of 112 feet, typically lands at 178 miles per...

Miscellaneous | Terrorism

The NY Times blames airplanes for 9/11 instead of Muslim terrorists

This crossed a line that I didn't think could be crossed.

Travel | Travel

Forgetting to put your phone on airplane mode could cost you

A passenger on board a flight with the Irish airline Aer Lingus forgot to put his phone in airplane mode and was hit with a high bill.

Business & Finance | Asepticsure-Hospital Room Sterilization

Medizone International announces the appointment of David A. Dodd as new Chief Executive Officer

KALAMAZOO, Mich., Sept. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Medizone International announces the appointment of David A. Dodd as new Chief Executive Officer.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

How the Soviet Concorde crashed and burned

With just 55 completed flights and two fatal crashes, the Concorde's Soviet rival, Tupolev Tu-144, was one of civil aviation's biggest failures.

Business & Finance | Asepticsure-Hospital Room Sterilization

Institutional Investor’s Pro-Medizone International Inc (MZEI) Sentiment In 2016 Q4

Sentiment for Medizone International Inc (MZEI)Medizone International Inc (MZEI) institutional sentiment increased to 2 in 2016 Q4. Its up 1.50, from 0.5 in

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Lockheed Martin Announces Progress in Hypersonic SR-72 Aircraft Program

Lockheed Martin's Advanced Development Programs discussed the future of the SR-71 Blackbird's successor: a Mach 6 strike and reconnaissance aircraft.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Step inside cockpit of US's iconic war planes - Business Insider

From the planes of World War I to the fighters and bombers that turned the tide against Hitler, the museum's virtual tour is an aviation nut's dream come true.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Quick and quiet: Supersonic flight promises to hush the sonic boom

The Bell X-1, piloted by U.S. Air Force Capt. Chuck Yeager, reached 700 mph on Oct. 14, 1947. At Mach 1.06, it was the first airplane to fly faster than the speed of sound. But at speeds greater than Mach 1, air pressure disturbances around airplanes merge to form shock waves that create sonic booms, heard and felt 30 miles away.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

Ask the Captain: Why was my plane towed to the gate?

Is this a fuel-saving measure and, if so, why isn't it used all the time?

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

The Real Reason Why There's A Tiny Hole In Airplane Windows

It's all-too-easy to let your mind wander when you're confined to a tiny box of space while hurtling 40,000 feet in the air at hundreds of miles per hour, but rest assured: every single window on the airplane has the same hole, and there's a good reason.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

'107 feet of fire-breathing titanium': A US Air Force major describes flying the fastest plane in history

In the 1960s, when a single military incident had the potential to spark a nuclear war, the US government needed a surveillance plane that absolutely could not be detected, intercepted, or shot down.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

The Stratolaunch Will Soon Be the Largest Plane in the World

Over the years, man has built some truly colossal airplanes. But in 2016, an even larger aircraft is expected to take flight, and when completed, it will officially be the largest plane in the world. That massive aircraft is known as the Stratolaunch.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Here's a B-52 Stratofortress and all of its ammunition in one photo

This photo shows the entire arsenal of a B-52 Strartofortress. The standard loadout for this...

Science & Technology | Technology

The Airplanes of the Future Won’t Have Windows. You’ll Be Surrounded by Sky.

Vague, over-wing cloud photos are a staple of vacation albums across the Internet, but a British technology incubator wants to do away with them completely. You’ll still be able to see the sky, though. The Centre for Process Innovation is proposing the