The F-14 Tomcat was the primary air superiority fighter for the US Navy. The Navy retired the aircraft in 2006, but it is still used today.
The Wright brothers' first flight was only 12 seconds long, but it changed the world. Learn about the Wright brother's first flight, where it took place, and what is there today.
The F-14 Tomcat was the primary fighter for the US Navy. High speeds are critical for air fighters and can determine the mission's outcome. We examine the F-14s top speed.
Some liquids may be allowed in your carry-on on a flight. But strict rules limit how much you can bring. Here's everything you need to know.
The world's first powered and controlled heavier-than-air machine was invented by the Wright brothers. Their "Wright Flyer", was the first of its kind ever to take off.
Why should you enable airplane mode? Is airplane mode really necessary? Learn more about airplane mode, including what it does and why you should enable it during the flight.
The speed of commercial aircraft varies depending on factors like the type of plane and the size of the aircraft. Moreover, in aviation, speed is measured in different ways. Read more about it here.
The Concorde was the world's fastest commercial aircraft, able to reach twice the speed of sound. The Concorde wasn't just fast; it was also revolutionary. But how many Concordes were built?
The Lockheed SR-71 was a high-speed reconnaissance aircraft operated by the U.S. It is famous for its spectacular speeds and groundbreaking engineering. But how many SR-71s were made?
The Boeing 777 started flying commercially in the 1990s and has become an airline favorite for long-distance travel. Read more about when the Boeing 777 flew for the first time, why Boeing developed it and what the future brings for the 777.