History of Aviation

The airplane trip has a long and interesting history starting from the first commercial flight of 1933 on a modern passenger plane, Boeing 247. This important event became a definite sign in the airline's time line, but it was just one of many significant achievements. The following will highlight some of the fascinating sights of the aviation history that have marked the past century. [19] Zeppelin Hindenburg

1930s reveals the so-called aviation era of aviation history. German passenger airplane LZ 129 Hindenburg is one of these examples of popularity. However, the event surrounding this ship was sad as a tragedy that struck during the flight. Named the Lakehurst Naval Air Station at Manchester Township in New Jersey, the Hindenburg catastrophe happened to be an airplane caught on fire and crashed. Thirty-five deaths are counted in this tragic incident and without saying, trust in airships has dropped dramatically. Chuck Yeager interrupts the sound barrier

The sound barrier interrupted Chuck Yeager in 1947, marking another major event in that country. history of aviation. Yeager was an Air Force Pilot in the United States and flew the experimental Bell X-1 to Mach 1. The plane was at an altitude of 45,000 feet when that happened. The Bell X-1 is exhibited at the National Museum of Air and Space at the Smithsonian Institute. Yeager received more than one awards for this achievement, including MacKay and Collier Trophy in 1948, and the Harmon International Trophy in 1954. Myra, West Virginia, Later Later, through other obstacles, the sound and even the height. [19659002Boeing747

Fast forwarding from Chuck Yeager's greatest success to the 1970s, many people recognize Boeing 747 and are often referred to as "jumbo jet" aircraft. Cargo transportation and the commercial role of aircraft make it a significant part of the aviation history. This plane, Boeing 747, made its first commercial flight from New York to London at the beginning of that decade. Larger planes using the model include British Airways, Korean Air, Japan Airlines and Cathay Pacific. The Boeing 747, besides being recognizable, is important in its ability to handle such a large amount of passengers or cargo. In fact, it has kept the record for wearing most passengers for a few decades.

Zeppelin's Hindenburg crisis, Chuck Yeager's barrier sound barrier and the introduction of the Boeing 747 jumbo jet three of the many milestones in the airline. While there are many other events on the historical flight time, these events show some individual pieces of jigsaw puzzle. Events like these helped to shape the history of aviation and provide opportunities for learning and thinking. The flight has come a long way and will continue to change and grow in the coming years, making it an exciting part of technology and history!