On this day in 1935 Lawrence Dale Bell founded the Bell Aircraft Corporation in Buffalo, New York, one of America's most accomplished aircraft
On this day in 1943 1st Lieutenant Charles Blakesly Hall, United States Army Air Corps, 99th Fighter Squadron, becomes the first member of the famed
First un-powered flight of the Bell X-2, June 27, 1952. Read more about this flight at This Day in Aviation.
The museum booth at the Thunder of Niagara Air Show, June 8 -10, 2018, was a popular spot for air show visitors with the Bell Rocket Belt and Bell
NASA's latest mission to Mars, InSight, is scheduled for launch Saturday, May 5th. The second stage of the Atlas V launch vehicle is steered by
March 26th marks the 78th anniversary of the first flight of the Curtiss C-46 Commando, at the time the largest twin engine aircraft in the world.
March 12th marked 110 years since the first flight of the Aerial Experiment Association (AEA) "Red Wing" on Keuka Lake in Hammondsport, NY. Glenn
In May of 1945, the Soviet Union received a single Curtiss C-46 Commando for evaluation as part of the Lend-Lease program. Though the aircraft (No.
January 25, 1946, Bell test pilot Jack Woolams makes the first of ten glide flights in the Bell X-1 at Pinecastle Army Airfield, Florida. Woolams was