Posted on · Episode: 2770 Today, our guest, NASA engineer Fitz Walker, remembers the P-51 Mustang. Developing the P-51 Mustang fighter.
Posted on · Episode: 2590 In which Orville Wright tries to predict the future of the aeroplane. Today, Orville Wrignt and flight.
Posted on · Episode: 3276 Should airplane engines be cooled by liquid or air? Today, a design might go either way.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Why First Lady Jill Biden and Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff are visiting Houston, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee answers your questions, and a how a Houston-area woman made aviation history.
Posted on · Magnolia's Lynn Rippelmeyer tells how fate -- in the form of some bad weather -- allowed her and her mentor to make aviation history.
Posted on · The strong economy is helping all major US airlines.
Posted on · Richard Jantz, a forensics expert at the University of Tennessee, reanalyzed measurements from the bones. He says they are female and the right size to be Earhart's. But questions linger
Posted on · Although it has since reopened, the Lone Star Flight Museum in Galveston sustained heavy damage from Hurricane Ike back in 2008. Most airworthy planes were flown out of harm's way in advance, but many static displays were damaged or destroyed. The museum is moving inland to new facilities at Ellington Airport, and the new museum comes with a new CEO.
Posted on · Despite downturns in the oil and gas industry, Houston Airport officials still expect lots of business in 2016. They're hoping new international routes will keep the momentum going.
Posted on · Work is now officially underway on the new site of The Lone Star Flight Museum at Ellington Field.
Posted on · Southwest Airlines new ticketing area is now open at Hobby Airport. It's located in the Southwest international terminal, which will start serving flights to Latin America next month.
Posted on · Bessie Coleman was the first female African-American pilot.
Posted on · After a record year in 2014, the Houston Airport System expects the number of passengers to continue to grow.
Posted on · The lack of experienced aviators is causing some experts to look at changing current regulations.
Posted on · New rules would set limits on where drones can fly and how high they can go.