This undated photo provided by the National Airline History Museum shows its Lockheed Constellation, the only one left in the U.S. that is airworthy. The Museum is trying to raise $3.2 million to restore it and recreate aviator Howard Hughes’ record-setting cross-country flight in the plane that transformed commercial air travel.
English Electric P.10 hypersonic ramjet powered strategic reconnaissance aircraft that was cited for delivery to RAF Bomber Command by 1962. This is a real drawing board design dating from 1956 to ORI and was designed to operate at altitudes in excess of 70,000 feet at speeds exceeding Mach 3.
9/8/91-Reno NCAR-Arrivals: Late-great champion race pilot~Rick Brickert executes a beautiful banking low-approach fly-past during his Stead Field arrival for landing, flying-in with race team owner~Bob Pond's radical new Rutan-designed custom Unlimited Class racer~#21-"Pond Racer" (N221BP)~marking the experimental aircraft’s debut as a race entry for closed-course pylon competition. (Copyright ’91-Don ‘Bucky’ Dawson)