CPI Introduces Its ‘Windowless’ Airplane

CPI is the company behind the “Windowless” Airplane. (Don’t worry, it doesn’t really mean windowless in the sense that you’ll be able to feel the stratosphere in your hair.) By using a Read More

F-4 Phantom Ejector Seat Can Now Be Yours From Boeing

The McDonnell F-4 Phantom II fighter jet was a workhorse throughout the Vietnam War, and now Boeing wants you to relive some of that action with this ejector’s seat that can now Read More

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SkyCruiser: This Future-Of-Travel Concept Will Blow You Away

Krossblade Aerospace has sent over a new video they would like for you to see, and after getting a look at it ourselves, we have to say: “Shut-up and take our money, Read More

BG Paramotor: Take Flight, No License Required

The Official Bear Grylls Paramotor combines the easy flying characteristics of a paraglider with the autonomy and range of powered flight. Classed as a foot-launched aircraft, you will get going without need Read More

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Meet The Lovechild Of A Truck And A Helicopter: The Black Knight Transformer

Just when you thought things like G.I. Joe and Transformers would never become a reality, Advanced Tactics has released one of the most unbelievable fantasy vehicles around — a unique combination of Read More

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Human-Powered Helicopters: Useless And Completely Awesome

Todd Reichert and Cameron Robertson, two graduates from the University of Toronto, have done in eight years what it’s taken mankind centuries to pull off — create a human-powered air transport that Read More

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Bugatti MP100 Will Finally Take Flight 75 Years Later (Kinda)

Every now and then, an interesting part of history creeps back into the public eye. This week, we learned of the Bugatti Model 100P Superplane, which, in 1939, could have smashed the Read More

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Sky Whale: The ‘Greenest Of All Aircraft’

You know that old saying, “when whales fly.” The idea of a metaphor that at first blush seems innoportune (whales are giant, ungainly, in need of way too much nourishment) seems to Read More

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