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History Of Flying For Children

Flight History: Since early times, people have been fascinated with the idea of flight. Learn how these dreams of flight came true.

Just the Idea of Flight!

Leonardo da Vinci’s Flying Machines
14 components of flying machines and their parts illustrated and explained. National Museum of Science and Technology, Milan, Italy.

Which came first, paper airplanes or real ones?
Prior to the invention of the flying machine, did people fold paper into the traditional paper airplane shape and let ‘er fly? Or did the airplane inspire the invention of the paper airplane?

The Wright Brothers

Wright Brothers Aeroplane Company
A virtual  museum of pioneer aviation. Plans and instructions for hands-on aviation projects, aeronautical experiments, close encounters with pioneer airplanes and virtual visits to the Wright places.

Wright Flight
One day, when Orville and Wilbur Wright were boys, their father returned from a trip with a gift that would help change their lives–and history–forever. The toy was a helicopter, made of cork, bamboo, and paper. It was powered by a rubber band.

How We Made the First Flight
By Orville Wright. From original documentation and photographs.

Trying to Set Records

The Flight of Amelia Earhart
An interactive timeline combines important events from her life with major world events of the time to provide a historical context for young readers.


Lindbergh’s Transatlantic Flight: New York to Paris
On May 20, 1927, Charles A. Lindbergh left Long Island’s Roosevelt Field in a single-engine plane built by Ryan Airlines. The plane, named the Spirit of St. Louis, would not touch ground again until it reached Paris, France. Fly as if with Lindbergh using this interactive map.


Famous Aviators

Black Wings: African American Pioneer Aviators
This online exhibit is about the early black pioneers of aviation who learned to fly despite all the formidable obstacles. In 1922 Bessie Coleman became the first licensed black pilot in the United States.


Women in Aviation and Space History
Women’s participation and contributions are noted from our Early Flight gallery (107) to Space Race (114), from the earliest female pioneers to racing pilots to the first female commercial pilots to women in space.

Field Trips

Museums and Public Access Displays of North America
Where to visit historic aviation collections in the US and Canada.

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