- Ace Flyers:
Profiles of interesting Ace Flyers inspiring educational and general interest.
- Aero Data Files:
Internet's comprehensive reference site about American-built powered airplanes (since 1903) and
- The Aerodrome:
Aces and aircraft of WWI.
- AIAA Wright Flyer Project:
Honoring the Wright Brothers: the AIAA Los Angeles Section's efforts to
build, test, and fly a replica of the 1903 Wright Flyer airplane.
- Arrow Recovery Canada:
Non profit group that located the lost Avro Arrow test flight models in Lake
Ontario. When recovered they will be donated to aviation museums.
- Ailes Anciennes Toulouse:
French association specialised in aircraft restoration for the Toulouse air museum.
French and English text.
- Air Alpes:
Association Air Alpes.
- Air Racing History:
Comprehensive air racing history with famaous pilots and aircraft.
- Airfield Buildings of WW II:
Site dedicated to WW II Airfield architecture of the RAF, with pictures, information
- Airline History Archive:
Information about the history of the airline industry.
- The AirShow BBS:
The Golden Age Of Aviation - WWI up Until WWII.
- Amelia Earhart:
Information and pictures. The early years, her story and her last flight.
- Amilia Earhart Snapshots:
Six unpublished snapshots of Amelia Earhart in Oahu, 1935, preparing
for her historic flight to Oakland.
- America Hurrah:
Info about the Chaplin Aircraft Corporation 1920s in L.A.
- The Architectural Implications of Aircraft Display:
Dissertation for the Degree of Bachelor of Architecture. University of New South Wales,
Adrian John Esdaile.
- Aviation Archaeology:
Aviation archaeology in Arizona of WWII aircraft.
- Aviation History:
The Aviation History of Wichita Kansas.
- Aviation History - Australia:
Comprehensive listing of Australian aviation pioneers in the areas of: early flights,
manufacturing, space, airlines and others.
- Aviation History On-Line Home Page:
A collection of aircraft images and text of some of the worlds most famous and historic
aircraft. Also: the early years of aviation, construction technology, and more.
- Aviation in Newfoundland and Labrador:
A brief look at air and army base development and World War Two/Post-War Operations.
- The Avro 504 Unofficial Site:
Chronicaling the historical Avro 504 and all its variants in pictures and words.
Research site for WWII, B-24 bomber base at Wendling England. Missions, photos, POW camps,
MACRs, stories and history of 392nd bomb group.
- B-24D Lady Be Good:
Info on The crew of the WWII USAAF B-24D Lady Be Good. The crew was the
victim of a reciprocal radio bearing from a HF/DF station in Benghazi that
led to to its demise.
- Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation:
A Mission of History and Education. Aircraft C-54 "Spirit of Freedom" and other
aircrafts. In German and English.
The Berlin Airlift:
Documents, images, history.
- USAFE Berlin Airlift:
the U.S. Air Forces in Europe, Berlin Airlift site.
- Biggles Home Page:
Home page about James Bigglesworth.
- BKS Air Transport:
A tribute to BKS Air Transport - an airline of the 50s and 60s.
- Bobbi Trout:
Pioneer aviator first woman to fly at night world record holder celebrating 70 years of aviation
history. Collectables from her early flying days.
Bud Anderson's P-51 Mustang "Old Crow" Web Page:
CE "Bud" Anderson WWII P-51 Triple Ace, pilot of Mustang "Old Crow",
veteran test pilot information site.
- Canadian Aircraft Carriers:
The intriguing history of the five Canadian aircraft carriers, and the aircraft which flew from
- Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre:
Dedicated to preserving the history of Bush Flying and Forest Protection in Canada.
On display are floatplanes, seaplanes, waterbombers, and forest fire fighting artifacts.
- Central Queensland Aviation College:
Provides Aviation Degree courses plus private, commercial, multiengine, instrument and
instructor ratings. Bundaberg West, Qld, Australia.
- Central Texas Wing of the Confederate Air force:
Centex is dedicated to preserving, in flying condition, a complete collection of the
combat aircraft flown by the Allies during World War II.
- Chalmers H.(Slick) Goodlin:
Chalmers "Slick" Goodlin and the X-1.
- Charles A. LaJotte:
Charles A. LaJotte (or La Jotte) was an early airmail pioneer and pilot
of aviation's golden age.
- Chuck Yeager and The X-1:
Mach 1.0 and Beyond - Supersonic flight hits its 50th anniversary. A commemorative
- The Clement Ader Homepage:
- Clyde Cessna Official Site:
Information, digitized photos and stories about the making of a legacy.
- The Constellation Group:
Home of the MATS Connie, historic Lockheed Constellation.
- The Crew of B-24H 42-51090 'Hey Moe':
The story of the plane and its crew.
- Online DC3 Aviation Museum:
A new group of DC-3 fans are now retracing the path of history.
- DC-3/Dakota Historical Society:
Preserving the history of the Douglas DC-3 and its contempoorary use.
- The Dixie Wing of the Confederate Air Force:
Located near Atlanta GA. We restore, maintain, and fly W.W.II vintage aircraft.
- The Don Luscombe Aviation History Foundation:
A non-profit aviation historical preservation and educational group IRS chartered and
charged with preservation of the Luscombe Aircraft Corporation's historical aviation assets.
- Duke of Brabant Air Force:
Operates warbirds from Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Flagship is a B25 Mitchell bomber.
- The Dutch Dakota Association - DDA:
This Dutch organistation for historical aviation (over 4000 members) currently operates
two DC-3's and one DC-4. The DDA also ownes a rare DC-2 and a C-54; both are stored.
- Early Birds of Aviation:
All about the legendary organization of pioneer aviators and aeronauts.
- East Anglia: The Air War:
1939-1945 WWII Aviation History.
- FAF Aircraft In WWII:
Detailed information on all the Finnish Air Force aircraft in WWII along with
links to related sites. In Finnish and English.
- Fred Noonan:
Site regarding the life and career of Fred Noonan, pioneer aviator and
navigator, who helped establish Pan Am Clipper routes across the
Pacific, lost in 1937 with Amelia Earhart.
- The Flying Clipper:
About Pan American Airways and their fabulous Flying Boats, aviationís Golden Age 1934-1946,
the China Clipper and Boeing B-314.
- French Aces of WWII:
Military pilots of french airforce with five kills during WW2, with pictures, narrations of
fights and description of planes.
- The German Aviation History Page:
Reviews all Junkers aircraft and aviation activities between 1915 and 1945 in detail.
Junkers FS95 aircraft, production lists, literature reviews, etc.
- Ghosts of Aviation:
Dedicated to capturing aviation history. The site features a growing
archive of photographs, stories and aircraft specifications.
- Glider History Home:
Vintage and Classic Gliders and the People who flew them.
- The Golden Age of Aviation:
Dedicated to the Air Racing era of the 1920s and 1930s, provides a brief
history of famous Aircraft and people, including pictures, site also
represents antique and classic aircraft from the 1940s and 1950s
A site dedicated to preserving the history of the Grumman Goose.
- The Gustave Weisskopf Museum:
Read about Gustav Albin Whitehead.
- 1941 Historic Aircraft Group:
Vintage Aircraft and Warbirds, flying and static. Hangars and restoration areas
open to the public. Free Admission, donations accepted. Tours by appointment.
- Hans Jakobsson's Web World: Airline History:
The Airline History page with links to historical airline and airplane sites as well as
scanned airline advertisements from 1950-1985.
- Hawker Hurrican:
History of flight. From the Science Museum London.
- High Sky Wing:
High Sky Wing of the Confederate Air Force, Midland, Texas dedicated to preserving the history
of WWII and its aircraft.
- The History of the Royal Netherlands Air Force:
1913-1996. Researched by D.J. van Dolderen
- The HK-1 "Spruce Goose":
The history of the Hughes Flying Boat - the official site.
- Holcomb's Aerodrome:
Attempts to cover selected pre-1940 aircraft in detail.
- Howard Hughes H-1 Racer Project:
In 1935 Howard Hughes built what would become the worlds fastest single engine land aircraft,
the Hughes H-1 Racer. Read more about it.
- Hubbard - The Forgotten Boeing Aviator:
Biography of Eddie Hubbard, test, air mail pilot & airline builder. Not only Boeing
employee but William E's righthand man.
- Igor I. Sikorsky Historical Archives, Inc.:
Dedicated to acquiring, preserving and protecting the historical materials that chronicle
the aviation careers of Igor Sikorsky.
- The A.J Jackson Collection:
Private British aviation history archive and photographic collection.
- J. Zerbe Early Aviation Pioneer:
A look at early aviation pioneer J. Zerbe and a request for more information about him.
- Jackson & Associates:
TORA 101, a Japanese Zero Replica, each year flown at many airshows
and events all over the United States.
- In memory of Jeffrey L. Ethell:
Fighter writer's briefing room - aviation history and Jeffrey Ethell's collection of
World War II Color.
- K-14 TAC Recon Reunion:
K-14 TAC Recon History - Korean War personal histories.
- The Koolhoven Aeroplanes Foundation:
Dedicated to the work of the Dutch airplane constructor Frederick
- Les ailes Françaises:
Technical data of french aircraft 1909-1998.
- Lost Birds Aviation Historical Society & Museum
- The Lost Squadron:
The Lost Squadron Greenland Expedition, which will last 4-5 months planned from May
till September, 1999.
- Luftwaffe Resource Page:
Luftwaffe Resource Page-devoted to the study and history of the Luftwaffe.
- Marshall Stelzriede's Wartime Story:
Experiences of a WWII B-17 Navigator.
- The Memphis Belle Memorial Association:
The future of the Memphis Belle is in the hands of those individuals who care
enough to preserve the memory of some of the greatest planes of World War II and the
men that flew them.
- Miss America Air Racing:
"Miss America" is a P-51 Mustang Unlimited air racer. The site tells her story
in words, pictures and QTVR.
- The Octave Chanute Pages:
Chanute's 1896 Glider experiments in detail.
- The Old Flying Machine Company:
OFMC was formed with the intention of preserving and maintaining rare vintage
aircraft in airworthy condition. Along with air displays, OFMC specialises in film
work and advertising.
- On Camouflaged Wings:
Issues and aircraft that have shaped the development of military aviation.
- Pan American World Airways - Historical Web Site:
Preserving the heritage of Pan American World Airways.
- Perin Air Force Base Research Foundation:
Recording the history former Perrin Air Force Base, Grayson County, Denison, Texas from
1941 to 1971.
- Perrin Field Historical Society:
Dedicated to the preservation and history of Perrin field/AFB located in Grayson county
- Pioneer Pilot, Walter E. Lees:
Walter Lees, who soloed Billy Mitchell, flew for Glenn Curtiss, and with Fred Brossy,
set an endurance record in 1931. A collection of photos and clippings.
- Plane Writing:
Quotes from early pilots' biographies: real, sometimes funny, always wonderful vintage
writing about flying.
- POW/MIA Monument Foundation:
Building a POW/MIA monument at Andrews AFB Maryland. Need help, donations welcomed.
- Queensland Vintage Aeroplane Group Inc.:
An organisation dedicated to the airworthy preservation of vintage aircraft.
- Rare Aviation Photos:
Photos from RFC/RAF Training base in Egypt in 1918. Also Diaries and other
documents from that period.
- Remembering Steve Wittman home page:
Learn about famous pioneer air race pilot & aircraft designer Steve
- Rearwin Airplanes:
Rearwin Airplanes was a family business run by Rae Rearwin and his sons Ken and Royce from 1928
to 1946. Read more about it.
- The Ridgeway Military & Aviation Reasearch Group:
Dedicated to the preservation of all types of Wartime heritage in Oxfordshire, Berkshire,
and Wiltshire, areas of the United Kingdom.
- Save A Connie, Inc. dba The Airline History Museum at Kansas City:
A not-for-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to restoring,
preserving, and exhibiting propeller driven commercial aircraft.
- The Schneider Trophy:
A seaplane race from 1913 to 1931.
- Silhouettes of Aeroplanes:
A First World War aircraft recognition guide.
- Society Of Aircraft Restoration - S.O.A.R.:
Restoration of a Messerschmitt ME-109. Pictures, parts & history.
- Stampe Vertongen SV-4B:
Belgian Air Force Trainer after WWII. Only 65 were build, few still fly.
A confederation of aviation history sites centered around the world's first fighting jet.
Read about the effort in Everett, WA to build five new-build Me 262s.
- Studygroup Airwar Holland 1939-1945:
Dedicated to the airwar over Holland & Europe. 300+ specialists working together.
- The Supermarine Spitfire:
Information on the Supermarine Spitfire and Seafire.
A Tribute To The Men Of The 8th Air Force:
Tribute to the 8th Air Force and Leo J. Ensminger, B-24 navigator.
- Vic Flintham - Post-war military aviation:
Air wars, conflicts, aircraft, units, markings, lists.
- Vintage Sailplane Association:
Promotes the acquision, restoration and flying of sailplanes manufactured before 1958.
Images of vintage gliders available.
- Women's Contribution to NASA:
The contribution of women to flight and aeronautics dates back almost to the first
successful powered flight on December 17, 1903.
- The Vintage Aircraft Group:
Dedicated to the restoration and operation of historic and vintage aircraft and military vehicles.
- Vulcan Restoration Trust:
Restoring Avro Vulcan XL426 at Southend Airport, Essex, UK.
- VW - 4 Hurricane Hunter:
This site is about the World Famous Navy Hurricane Hunters,the Super Connies and the men
who flew and worked on them.
- Wings of the North:
Our mission is to preserve and present aviation history.
A history of UK aero and automotive engineeers and engines, including Stewart
Tresilian and Armstrong Siddeley.
- The Wright Brothers:
Researched, written, and designed by Gary Bradshaw. Also a brief history of the
invention of the airplane.
- Wright State University Libraries:
- The Writing 69th Home Page:
A group of journalists including Andy Rooney and Walter Cronkite who covered the 8th
Air Force in World War II.
The last WW I aviator Bill Crooks, is gone.
- World War II The Great Airplanes:
A site with lots of photos, pilots stats, campaign description
and other useful stuff.
- The WWII Fighter Gun Debate:
A discussion of machinegun and cannon armament installed in fighter aircraft.
- Yankee Air Museum:
Located at Willow Run Airport in Ypsilanti, Michigan, is a historic hangar, which
played a role in the production of the B-24 'Liberator' bombers. It is a now an aviation
X-15 Project Movie and Bio Page - Scott Crossfield and Neil Armstrong:
NASA Dryden Flight Research Center.
- Xray Tango Helicopter Club:
A small group of pilots and aviation enthusiasts who specialise in recovering
wrecks of military helicopters and restoring them to full working order.