Powered Flight, Coast to Coast, Atlantic, USA/Europe non-stop.
Powered Flight - Recapping the efforts of 19th Century flight engineers, Power Flight reviews the work of many pioneers of flight.
Coast to Coast - Coast to Coast follows the attempts of Cat Rodgers, Oakley Kelley and John McReady in their attempts to cross the American continent by air.
Atlantic & the World - In 1919, one of four Navy Curtiss crafts successfully completes the first cross-Atlantic flight.
USA/Europe Non-Stop - Charles Lindbergh's famous non-stop crossing of the Atlantic is relived in USA/Europe Non-Stop.
Air Transport for All - This episode traces the developments in passenger air travel that set new standards for comfort and safety.
Golden Age Frontiers - Some of the more glamorous and adventurous moments in early aviation are examined.
Rocket Power - WWII sparks an unofficial "rocket race" between Germany and U.S.
Jet Power - Germans compete with England to design the best jet fighter.
Sound Barrier - Charles "Chuck" Yeager is chosen to fly the X-1 past the speed of sound.
Jet Airliner - This episode looks at the Boeing Company's efforts on the cutting edge of developing jet-powered aircraft in the mid-1950's.
Threshold of Space - A 1954 joint project between NASA, the U.S. Air Force, Navy and private industry resulted in the successful creation of the X-15 program that sets the stage for America's space program.
Space & Back - The Boeing Company is awarded a contract in the late 1950's to develop a vehicle capable of going to space and landing back on Earth.
Last Great World Record - Around the world, non-stop, and un-refuelled.
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