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The Epic aircraft is certified E 1000 because it jet class performance, inspired innovation and it Unrivaled Elegance. Have a look.

Priestmangoode is a design firm behind the rebranded interiors of Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa. Recently the company unveiled a new cabin design that’ll hit the skies in 2018.
The aim is to increase space for passengers comfort and also bigger luggage bins. Priestmangoode says, so each passenger can fit one piece of airline-standard carry-on luggage into a bin wheels first. Legs have also been removed between plane seats, which lets bigger items be stored underneath, and reduces plane weight. Have a look.

These are the Japenese Aircrafts during the World War 2.

Pilots having fun and taking selfies.

Amazing Skydivers

Some of the most expensive plane in the world.

Arch wins Red Bull Air Race in Poland

The promise of fleets of clean, green transport powered by solar energy has for decades just been that: a promise. But a new wave of vehicles is pushing the limits of what’s possible. Have a look.

Have a look to the evolution of supersonic jet.

The Kalinin K-7 was a real Russian Bomber designed in 1933 by WW-I aviator Konstatin Kalinin. The bomber was 91 feet long and had seven 750 HP engines, 6 on the leading edge of the wing and one at the rear of the fuselage. The K-7 had a wingspan of nearly 174 feet and could fly at a maximum speed of 145 miles per hour. The aircraft was also designed for other functions such as transporting VIP, paratrooper and heavy cargo such as tanks. Have a look.