Bucker Jungman biplanes
, main, |and the new-look Red Arrows, inset, are among the displays at Llandudno Air Show on May 23
Owen Zupp's 50 Tales of Flight, From Biplanes
to Boeings is available to download from http://www.
However, computer flight simulations show that, if the animal took a strong horizontal leap from a branch, its biplane
wings could have carried it to other trees at least 40 meters (130 feet) away.
However, computerized flight simulations suggest that by leaping horizontally from a tree at about 3 m per second, the dinosaur could have used its biplane
configuration to gain lift and swoop to trees at least 40 m away.
The French car company was staging an event at Goodwood to give motoring hacks the chance to drive its new Modus models and brought along the biplane
A state of mind which probably had more to do with the two blonde aerial gymnasts strapping me onto the 1940s biplane
than any real bravado, but nonetheless, I was quite proud of myself.
From the North Pole to Antarctica, Midway to Okinawa, through two world wars, Korea and Vietnam, from biplanes
to jets, Naval Aviation Pilots represented the best of the United States.
CUBA has grounded about 100 Soviet-made biplanes
for passenger flights pending an investigation into why a single-engine Antonov An-2 crashed on a tourist outing, killing four Britons and 12 other people.
Love was in the air when Caroline Hackwood and Justin Bunn, and a Methodist minister, the Rev George Brigham, took to the skies yesterday in three 1940s biplanes
High-flying Caroline Hackwood (left) and Justin Bunn during their airborne wedding ceremony strapped to the wings of 1940s Boeing Stearman biplanes
yesterday along with the Rev George Brigham (centre) and, right, the happy couple
Wing-walkers Juliet Pendleton and Sara Mozayeni joined hands as their biplanes
flew at more than 100mph, 4000ft above the Cotswolds.
Craft ranged in age from a group of early biplanes
to a fly-by of the modern F-15.