This is two-thirds of the flight plan from the beginning to date. It's just a little overview of the little in the modern civilization for hundreds of years.
Glenn Hammond Curtiss, who was well-known at the airport in & # 39; in 1908, received the first prize for the United States American Scientific American Trophy, because of an airplane when he flew & # 39; June Bug & # 39; 5090 ft (1552m) in 1 to 42.5 minutes on July 4, 1908. Curtiss won the first national championship, about 47mph (75.6 km / h), on August 28, 1910. He was also the first in the United States to make a flight and escape. worked with Henri Fabre of France on March 28, 1910.
After World War I, the airline was excellent. Airplane aircraft (two aircraft wings and engines and speeds in the & # 39; edges of the wing) were led by the tractor bombs (two wing aircraft and a propeller in front of the wing). The formation of monoplane was scarce and when World War I started, land mines were blasted by two or four engines. Airmail resumed, even for data week. The first airline was approved by the Office of the U.S. Office. The post began on September 23, 1911 and Earle Ovington carried letters on his feet and lost his signature on board. In 1911, the first flight to the United States was completed by Calbraith P. Rodgers. He fled to New York to California for three days, 10 hours and 14 minutes and he had a Wright flight.
At the time of the WWIs, airplanes were very high in the design and design of the aircraft. The only requirement is the pilot of my pilot drivers & # 39; Von Richthofen, Rickenbacker and many others were successful because they learned to drive aircraft.
Another dramatic change in the explosion occurred between 1919 and 1926. Captain EF White made an unplanned flight from Chicago to New York (727 mi 1170km) in 1919 and Lieutenant Oakley Kelly and Lieutenant John A. Macready made the first move to escape from May 2 to May 3, 1923. This trip was made from Roosevelt Field, Long Island to Rockwell Field, San Diego; The first pilot's international flight was made from April 6 to September 28, 1924. Also, in 1919, John William Alcock's first unplugged flight by Arthur Whitten Brown on June 14 to June 15. It took 16 hours to complete and he won A prize of $ 50,000 of the "London Daily Mail".
Mail delivery also began to turn over again in these years. In 1925, Congress passed the Kelly Air Mail program that approved the Post Office's Office to cooperate with airline personnel. This led to the sending of US letters through the air; Later, 14 local companies were created in 1926.
On May 20, 1927 Charles A. Lindbergh left The Spirit of St.. Louis from Roosevelt Field near New York City in Paris 33 hours 1/2.
The world's largest pilot before the WWII was the Pan American Airways. The Pan American has served 46 countries and regions that link the continents to nearly all countries. Its huge water was known worldwide as Flying Clippers.
Pan American World Airways began in 1927 with only one engine and one way from Key West, Florida, in Havana. From this beginning came a plane that could open the whole world to the animals. Pan Am launched another aircraft development than any other aircraft in & # 39; They run the roads in the & # 39; coastline and m & # 39; continents, and ultimately use daily trips around the world.
During World War II, air raids and battles were changed dramatically. Creating aircraft & # 39; onozing & # 39; this was too big. Just before the Second World War, only 193,000 people worked in & # 39; And in 1941 the number increased to 450,000; In addition, an estimated 3,375,000 people were seized by 18 U.S. airplanes. at this time, about 1 million more than 1940. Airmail and retail supplies will rise by about 30 percent. But at the end of World War II, the new frontiers for flight can make flights, airplanes, and airplanes.
After World War II, in 1947 all the new technologies were used; damaged airplanes, movements, radar, etc. More and more planes began to increase from 6,844 in 1941 to 40,000 at the end of 1945. One of the military companies was the Boeing Corporation, who later became the world's largest airline manufacturer. With all the new technology at the time, airplanes were larger, faster, and cramped. The creation of new biological, metallic and metallurgy is the fast-moving airplane. Planets can fly high and make transient movements on a regular basis.
One of the most popular aerial flight trips in real time was Voyager, made by Burt Rutan. Its speed, the average distance of 115.8 mph (186.3 km / h), lasted for 9 days, 3 minutes, 44 seconds and included 40,252 kilometers and was completed in December 1986.