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Two Bucker Jungman biplanes - the standard training aircraft for the Luftwaffe in the 1930s - will get the show off to a flying start on May 23.
The team flies vintage Boeing Stearman biplanes at speeds up to 150 mph when the daredevil wingwalkers climb around the aircraft against the wind pressure.
Nine-year-old Rose Powell is on top of the world on the wing of a vintage biplane.
50 Tales of Flight, From Biplanes to Boeings is a collection of stories about people and aircraft that Owen Zupp has gathered during his 17,000 hours over 30 years of flying.
For Father's Day on June 19 and 20, a special admission and biplane ride combination for dads will be offered for $75.
The factory built plane is acknowledged as the worldAEs leading competition aerobatic display biplane.
One of the jobs the RAF did was to fly a Gipsy Moth biplane which was radio-controlled over the gun sites for the gunners to fire at with black smoke shells.
New evidence suggests that dinosaurs may have beaten the Wright Brothers to the punch in coming up with a biplane design.
About 125 million years before the two airmen lifted off at Kitty Hawk in their biplane, a 1-meter-long dinosaur was swooping from tree to tree with the same arrangement of wings, a new study suggests.
In the Gees' presentation, which they've also done at the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, they bring out a fleet of their balsa and Japanese tissue-paper crafts, which include biplanes, a helicopter and a ``ornithopter'' that flies by flapping its wings.
However, I did not know that Renault used to make engines for early biplanes, as I discovered when I got to fly one earlier this week.
Russian women (Night Witches) fly bombing raids in rickety, antiquated biplanes over German lines.
Biplanes still so enjoyable: The four Boeing Stearman biplanes used by the AeroSuperBatics wing walking team are older than my parents.
Enormous accumulations of flight hours and qualifications in various types of aircraft, from biplanes to jets to helicopters, was not unusual for the NAPs.
His personal interest in aviation led to work as a camera operator on the Howard Hughes feature Hell's Angels, during the era when the name conjured up images of young men flying biplanes to riding Harleys.