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American Association of Airport Executives     View
AAAE represents individual professionals in airport management. This home page is also shared by the International Association of Airport Executives (IAAE). This site provides information about both organizations and their members and services; feder ...

Chuck     View
Official website for aviator Chuck Yeager, who was the first person to break the sound barrier, in October 1947. Features an extensive timeline of Yeager's life and achievements, a FAQ, photos, stories, a calendar of his appearances, and details abou ...

Welcome Home, Howard!     View
This exhibit features excerpts of writings and conversations and annotated images of Howard Hughes as an aviator and aeronautics innovator. Topics include Hughes and the around-the-world flight in 1938, the XF-11 airplane, the Spruce Goose (also know ...

Earthrounders     View
"This site is a register of pilots who have flown around the world in light aircraft. It records the pilots and their aircraft in chronological order, and aims to inspire others who have similar flying dreams." Includes information about ro ...

Lindbergh     View
Companion site to the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) "American Experience" program on Charles Lindbergh, "an American hero whose life teemed with contradictions." The site provides program transcripts, biographical material and ...

George Palmer Putnam Collection of Amelia Earhart Papers     View
This collection "offers a rare glimpse into the life of [Amelia Earhart,] America's premier woman aviator. ... [who, in] 1928 ... was the first woman to across the Atlantic." It "includes more than 3,500 scans of photographs, maps, and ...

Amelia Earhart, 1897-1937     View
An enthusiast's smoothly written biography of this famous aviator's early life, celebrity years, and her final flight. Includes a bibliography, with films, and a list of annotated Web links.

The Ninety-Nines (Women Pilots)     View
This international organization of women pilots was founded in 1929 by 99 charter members for "the mutual support and advancement of aviation." Their focus is on all aspects of the role of women in aviation: history, biographies of yesterday's and to ...

The Official Site of Amelia Earhart     View
Biography, photographs, achievements, quotes, and other information about this famous aviator, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic. The site includes news of events in her honor, facts about other records she set, and what is known about ...

Blue Angels     View
History and background information about the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps flight team. Find practice and show schedules, images, a FAQ, and other information about the Blue Angels aircraft and pilots.??



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