The history of aviation
The animation offers a summary of the history of aviation from the Middle Ages.
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The double-decked, wide-bodied passenger aircraft can carry more then 500 passengers.
Airports provide infrastructure and services necessary for aviation.
The B-2 Spirit heavy stealth bomber was deployed in the Balkan war, Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Jumbo Jet is one of the best known airliners.
The first supersonic passenger airliner entered service in 1976.
An ancient Greek myth about the tragedy of father and son who wanted to flee the island of Crete.
The aircraft manufactured by the British de Haviland company was the world's first mass-produced commercial jetliner.
The changing bicycle, at first mocked as a toy, is a true mirror of the technical development over the last three centuries.
The Fighting Falcon is the most successful aircraft in the category of multi-purpose fighters.
The German triplane was perhaps the best known plane in World War I.
The French Montgolfier brothers were the first pioneers of flying.
The most popular European-made transport aircraft before World War II.
The aim of this extraordinarily complex study was to mimic the different phases of the flight of birds.
The German engineer Otto Lilienthal was the first person to make successful flights with a glider designed by himself.
Automobiles have evolved a lot since the late 19th century.
This animation demonstrates the development of freight transport, from horse-drawn carts to modern lorries.
The animation presents the main air, water and land routes and transport hubs.
The range of applications of unmanned aerial vehicles ('drones') keeps growing.
The Wright Flyer was the first successful powered, heavier-than-air aircraft, designed and built by the Wright brothers.
A Zeppelin is a type of rigid-framed airship.