Aviation History

Amelia Earhart: the first woman to fly across the United States Today we will tell you about Amelia Earhart. Born in Kansas, Amelia decides to become a nurse and, in 1914, Amelia started to serve in a Canadian hospital where she remained throughout the First World War. In 1920 Amelia, accompanied by her father ,…

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The jet engines are born from boats You have to know that the idea of the construction of jet engines was inspired by the sea propeller,those that were used by boats to sail. The first marine propeller was made by William Lyttleton in 1794. The Lyttleton’s engine was constituted by three helical threads protruding from…

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Have a safe flight! This week we will talk about the important role of test pilot of aircraft and how this profession has evolved over time. A test pilot is an aviator instructed to fly modified  or new generation aircrafts in specific maneuvers, allowing the measurement of results and the evaluation of design. The test…

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