1929 Women’s Air Derby Changed Views On Women Pilots
Women pilots were seen as oddities, opportunists, and "too scatterbrained" to fly. The 1929 All-Woman Air Race set out to change that.
Did Aviation Anxiety End the Era of Kid-Friendly Airports?
Despite intensifying concerns over security, airports play a vital role in teaching children about the interconnected world in which we live.
The Role of Female Pilots in Nazi Germany
German female pilots played an active role during World War II—acting as perpetrators and collaborators even as they broke barriers for women in flight.
The Poetry Up There: An Interview With Skyfaring Author and Pilot Mark Vanhoenacker
Mark Vanhoenacker, pilot and onetime PhD candidate in East African history speaks about Skyfaring, his debut book about aviation.