Humans had to learn a lot about physics and master some Earthly forces to achieve flight. That's why the classroom is celebrating National Aviation Day this week.
On October 20th, International Day of the Air Traffic Controller celebrates those who work hard to keep air travel safe & encourages us to learn more.
Human fascination with flight has been unwavering. No wonder we found 7 Fantastic Days Celebrating Flight every year! Come Explore!
Every year on the first Saturday in May, International Drone Day celebrates all things related to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
Each year on July 24th, National Amelia Earhart Day honors the achievements of the aviation pioneer on the date of her birth.
National Ohio Day celebrates the history and people of the Buckeye State.
When it comes to Aviation History Month in November, there's plenty to celebrate. From the first balloons sent up into the atmosphere to every device invented that elevated humans above the earth
By Presidential Proclamation, December 17th is Wright Brothers Day. Each year, a proclamation invites the people of the United States to observe this day with appropriate ceremonies and activities.