Pilot Magazine | Feb 01, 2003
GENERAL What was the first airplane to have interconnected controls (roll and yaw control combined)? Who was the first AOPA member to travel into space aboard a spacecraft? In terms of the number of aircraft to roll off the assembly line, what is the most popular small twin (less than 12,500 pounds) ever certified in the United States? Who was the only astronaut to fly aboard each of the first three generations of U.S. spacecraft: Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo? The first airmail carried aboard an airplane in the United States was flown by what famous pilot during what famous flight? What airplanes are colloquially referred to as t-bones, and what other airplanes are called bones? A glider pilot experiencing a tow-rope break shortly after takeoff is in a situation similar to that of a single-engine pilot encountering power failure after takeoff.
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