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The first supersonic passenger airliner entered service in 1976.
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Airports provide infrastructure and services necessary for aviation.
This animation demonstrates how a turbojet engine works.
The double-decked, wide-bodied passenger aircraft can carry more then 500 passengers.
The Jumbo Jet is one of the best known airliners.
The small passenger aircraft is designed for speed, convenience and economical operation.
This animation explains the most important characteristics of waves through sound waves.
The Chengdu J-20, also known as Mighty Dragon, is a multiple function stealth fighter aircraft.
Clothing reflects the lifestyle and culture of the region's inhabitants.
The aircraft manufactured by the British de Haviland company was the world's first mass-produced commercial jetliner.
This animation demonstrates the structure and operation of impulse turbines.
The train operates between Paris and southern Germany, its cruise speed is 320 km/h.
It is a well-known phenomenon that the sound of an approaching sound source is higher than that of a receding one.
The animation offers a summary of the history of aviation from the Middle Ages.
Waves play an extremely important role in many areas of our lives.
The efficient reconnaissance aircraft has been used by the CIA since the Cold War.
The ´Flying Fortress´ was developed for the United States Army Air Force by Boeing
The B-2 Spirit heavy stealth bomber was deployed in the Balkan war, Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Fighting Falcon is the most successful aircraft in the category of multi-purpose fighters.
A floatplane (sometimes called hydroplane) is an aircraft capable of taking off not only dry land, but water too.
The Soviet-made twin-engine interceptor aircraft was first deployed in 1982.
The German engineer Otto Lilienthal was the first person to make successful flights with a glider designed by himself.
The Wright Flyer was the first successful powered, heavier-than-air aircraft, designed and built by the Wright brothers.