They may be famous for their aviation feats, but the brothers also made a foray into the bicycle business.
The correct answer is “never,” but if you have to, you’d better time it right.
Speeders on targeted stretches of road are monitored from the ground and from the sky.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) bars the use of all transmitting devices in the off chance that transmissions could interfere with a plane’s navigation and communications equipment and cause system malfunctions.
A CIA official explains the 3-1-1 rule and the lasting influence of Operation Overt.
The flight deck has long been known by a peculiar term—one that probably has to do with roosters.
The first coin in the U.S. Mint's 2023 American Women Quarters Program features Bessie Coleman, the pilot who broke barriers a century ago.
The next time you're stranded at an airport because of a flight delay or cancellation, follow these expert tips—and have a better chance at maintaining your sanity.
There are 25 blimps left in existence as of 2022, and only half of them are in use.
The pioneering aviator who died under mysterious circumstances in 1937 will soon take a place of prominence in the National Statuary Hall Collection.
From spacious lounge areas to high-end meals, the average air traveler could expect a luxurious experience while flying Pan American in the 1950s.
Amelia Earhart was a pioneer in the air, but she also had a knack for progressive women's clothing in a line she designed.
Whether you're traveling internationally or domestically, these are the best airlines to fly with in 2021.
Mattel just released a special-edition "Top Gun: Maverick" Barbie doll, inspired by the long-awaited sequel.
Fifty years ago, Alan Shepard became the first astronaut to hit a golf ball on the moon. Read on for more facts about trailblazing career at NASA.
From 1953 to 1970, United Airlines offered a daily flight out of New York that catered exclusively to male passengers. The National Organization for Women (NOW) was having none of it.
Anyone exceeding established boundaries of business, art, or safety is said to be 'pushing the envelope.' Why?
The first African American pilots to serve in the United States military, the Tuskegee Airmen helped the Allies win World War II and put the U.S. armed forces on the road to integration.
In honor of International Women’s Day, Amelia Earhart and her bright red airplane are now available in LEGO form.