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.
Every year on the second Saturday in June, International Young Eagles Day encourages young members of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) to participate in its Young Eagles Program.
Each year on July 24th, National Amelia Earhart Day honors the achievements of the aviation pioneer on the date of her birth.
Our next port of call includes 7 Thrilling Trips Around the World you probably didn't know about. Explore the history of these exciting journeys.
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