Types of Aircraft
THE K-8 Aeronautics Internet Textbook
Learning resources for teachers, students, and enthusiasts interested in aeronautics including an online textbook, lesson plans, interactive activities, curriculum bridges to other subjects.
Otto Lilienthal, Germany's first and most brilliant contributor to the conquest of the air who made over 2,500 successful glider flights
Pictures of aircraft used in early flight..
Take a look at the aviation photo gallery.
Aviation History On-Line Museum
World War I aircrafts, engines, models, construction and more...
Canadian Museum of Flight
Welcome to the official website of the Canadian Museum of Flight - located in Langley, British Columbia, Canada
AeroWeb: The Aviation Enthusiast Corner
Aviation history, air shows, museums, aircraft locator by manufacturer or aircraft type.
You are about to enter the Internet's most comprehensive aviation historical reference and research site, presently listing some 11,000 types of U S aircraft with their specifications and data.
www.jets.dk - danish f16 pictures
A lot of f16 pictures and other pictures taken by the Danish Airforce
Phil's Aircraft Page- WW2 Allies
Photographs of World War II ally aircraft.
During WWII, German aircraft designers put forth many aircraft project ideas, which ranged from the practical to the bizarre. Some of these ideas were ahead of their time and reached a more advanced design stage, and even affect aircraft today. Below you will find descriptions of these aircraft projects, illustrated with three-view drawings, model photos .WWII German Luftwaffe experimental aircraft projects
Historic Wings : the online magazine of aviation for pilots and aviators
Historic Wings provides in-depth photo documentaries online, feature stories about aviation, pilots, and adventure, as well as historic events, the history of flight, and of man's quest for the skies and space beyond.
The Aircraft of World War I
Aircraft by Nationality. Images and information about each aircraft.
National Park Service - Wright Brothers National Memorial
Wright Brothers National Memorial National Park Service - Orville and Wilbur Wright - First Flight at Kitty Hawk on the Outer Banks
FirstFlight, the Wright Brothers and the evolution of the aerofoil
Flights of Inspiration
Learn about Wilbur and Orville Wright were inspired thinkers who made the first sustained, powered flight and John Alcock and Arthur Whitten Brown were inspired to make the first non-stop transatlantic flight.