Read an article from the archive that considers how "a young vulture in captivity found much practice necessary in order to master the art" of flight.
The bird "tried his wings several times, very much like a recruit going through his 'extension motions'. One day he was sufficiently venturesome to attempt gliding from the top of a table or seat with his wings spread out like a parachute".
An AirSpace user has posted an image of Ryanair's 250th Next-Generation 737-800 from Boeing's commercial delivery centre in Seattle.
Why not take part in a smart debate about Alaska Airlines choosing Gogo over Row 44 for its inflight entertainment.
One user is not a "big fan" of GoGo after having tried it three times on another airline. "Too many dead zones on the way to Dallas. The Row 44 gizmo uses satellite and I was hoping for something like that on my flights. I might as well use something else."
AirSpace user Flyer1 has uploaded an image of a P-40M Warhawk the colours of 332nd Fighter Group, better known as the "Tuskegee Airmen". This squadron was based in southern Italy during the period, 1944-1945 and saw repeated action in that time, he says.