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Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: RAF Museum 2009 Calendar Trailblazers

RAF Museum 2009 Calendar Trailblazers
On 25 July 1909 Frenchman Louis Bleriot flew from Les Baraques in France to Dover in England, becoming the first man to fly an aeroplane across the English Channel

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Alex Henshaw in the cockpit of a Spitfire

Alex Henshaw in the cockpit of a Spitfire
Alex Henshaw began his flying career winning air races. In 1939 he flew solo from England to South Africa and back, breaking several records as he did so

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Amy Johnson with her De Havilland Gipsy Moth Jason

Amy Johnson with her De Havilland Gipsy Moth Jason
Amy Johnson in Australia, 1930. She was one of the first women pilots to make headline news and held many records

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Louis Bleriot in his Bleriot XI starting his cross channel flight, 1909

Louis Bleriot in his Bleriot XI starting his cross channel flight, 1909
On 25 July 1909 Frenchman Louis Bleriot flew from Les Baraques in France to Dover in England, becoming the first man to fly an aeroplane across the English Channel

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Wiley Post with the Lockheed Vega Winnie May

Wiley Post with the Lockheed Vega Winnie May

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Supermarine S. 5

Supermarine S. 5
R J Mitchell designed the Supermarine S.5 Seaplane which won the 1927 Schneider Trophy

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Fokker Trimotor Southern Cross of Charles Kingsford-Smith

Fokker Trimotor Southern Cross of Charles Kingsford-Smith
Anthony Fokker designed the Trimotor used by Charles Kingsford-Smith to break records

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Juan de la Cierva with an Avro Rota

Juan de la Cierva with an Avro Rota
Juan de la Cierva was a pioneer of autogiros which were the first successful rotary-winged aircraft. They are still manufactured today

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Lockheed Sirius of Charles Lindbergh

Lockheed Sirius of Charles Lindbergh
Lockheed was founded by Allan and Malcolm Loughead. Their aircraft became popular among air racers and record breakers. They built this Lockheed Sirius for Charles Lindbergh

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: LZ-127 Graf Zeppelin

LZ-127 Graf Zeppelin
The airship Graf Zeppelin, named after the pioneer Ferdinand Von Zeppelin

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: In flight refuelling trials, 1939

In flight refuelling trials, 1939
Short `C Class flying Boat (G-AFCU `CABOT ) of Imperial Airways being refuelled in air by Handley Page Harrow (G-AFRL), 1939

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Fifth Course, Central Flying School, Upavon, January-April 1914

Fifth Course, Central Flying School, Upavon, January-April 1914
Group photograph of the students and instructors of the CFS at Upavon

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Sikorsky VS-300 and XR-4 Hoverfly

Sikorsky VS-300 and XR-4 Hoverfly
Igor Sikorsky was a pioneer of the helicopter. The first successful Sikorsky helicopter after modification and the XR-4 which entered service with American and British air forces

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Claude Grahame White landing in Washington, DC

Claude Grahame White landing in Washington, DC
Claude Grahame White used Farman Biplanes to win races and achieve a number of firsts. One of his more unusual feats, however

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Alan Cobham and his DH. 50 in India, 1926

Alan Cobham and his DH. 50 in India, 1926
Alan Cobham pioneered many of the long distance airline routes, flying around Africa and as far as Australia. Alan Cobham and his DH.50 in India, 1926

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Henri Farman on his Voisin-Farman Biplane

Henri Farman on his Voisin-Farman Biplane
Henri Farman winning the Grand prix d Aviation by making the first flight in Europe further than one kilometre, 13 January 1908

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Jean Pierre Blanchard

Jean Pierre Blanchard
Jean-Pierre Blanchard the first man to cross the English Channel by balloon on 7 January 1785, with Dr John Jeffries as passenger

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: The R-34 during flight trials before its Atlantic crossing

The R-34 during flight trials before its Atlantic crossing
The British R-34 was based closely on the Zeppelin L33 and in 1919 made the first double crossing of the Atlantic Ocean

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: James Doolittle on the float of his Curtiss R3C racer, 1925

James Doolittle on the float of his Curtiss R3C racer, 1925
Lieutenant General James H Doolittle is most famous for the Doolittle Raid on Tokyo in 1942 but had previously won the Schneider Trophy for the USA in 1925

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Jim Mollison

Jim Mollison was a record breaking pilot. He married Amy Johnson in 1932 and they were nicknamed the flying sweethearts. Their rivalry

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Charles Kingsford Smith in the Lockheed Altair Lady Southern Cross

Charles Kingsford Smith in the Lockheed Altair Lady Southern Cross
Charles Kingsford Smith was the first man to fly across the Pacific Ocean and made many other long distance flights. In 1935 he

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: De Havilland Gipsy Moth of Jean Batten

De Havilland Gipsy Moth of Jean Batten
Jean Batten had a short but spectacular career between 1934 and 1937, becoming the first person to hold the record for solo flights between Australia and England in both directions

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Amelia Earhart at Southampton in 1928 with Stultz and Gordon

Amelia Earhart at Southampton in 1928 with Stultz and Gordon
Amelia Earhart became famous by being a passenger on a flight from America to Britain in a Fokker F.VIIb/3m; it made headline news worldwide

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Grosvenor House

Grosvenor House
The De Havilland DH.88 Comet Racer of Campbell and Black which won the England to Australia race of 1934

Background imageTrailblazers Poster Print Collection: Jean Battens Percival Gull at night

Jean Battens Percival Gull at night
Jean Batten was inspired by Charles Lindbergh and Amy Johnson. She had a short but spectacular career between 1934 and 1937


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