Aviation has had many high-profile pilots in its day: The Wright Brothers and their Wright Flyer in 1903 to Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis in 1927. A decade later came Amelia Earhart in her Lockheed Model 10-Electra in 1937 and Chuck Yeager in the post-war 1940s and ’50s.
In the background, away from the headlines, were the aircraft inventors. Largely unknown compared to auto titans like Henry Ford, they pushed aviation forward one model at a time, with constant innovation and fresh design.
Private jets with interiors are more excellent than most houses you have been inside. Airplane travel isn’t my favorite, but with planes that look like this, I could get used to it.
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