North Carolina

Is the Wright Brothers were the first to fly? Wilbur and Orville Wright were not only known for their first flight. They were busy with the flying paper models in his youth, and in 1901 they did hundreds of tests wind tunnel. In 1902, their glider was the biggest airplane ever built. Orville Wright wrote, 'We have now beat all records! The largest machine … very long time in the air, the smallest angle of descent, and most high wind! " They studied the experience of creating machines of Charles E.

Taylor, and by February 1903 they were ready to drive. By June they had built a propeller. And in September, they arrived at Kitty Hawk (Kitty Hawk), in North Carolina to build his plane. On Monday, December 13, 1903, coin toss gave Wilbur the honor of being the first to make a flight. The engine and propeller aircraft given energy, and he started, but fell sharply, and slightly damaged when hitting the ground. The first flight? K Friday December 17, 1903, the aircraft has been set, and 10.35, Orville made the first flight with the engine running. It lasted 12 seconds.

Then Wilbur made the second flight, which lasted for one second less than the first. Orville flew 3-D flight, breaking the 60 meters (200 feet) in 15 seconds. At noon, Wilbur made the fourth flight at a windy day. The aircraft covered 255.6 meters (852 feet) for 59 seconds. On the last flight of the day he landed safely, but a sudden gust of wind resulted in a sharp reversal plane.