It sounds funny nowadays, but there was a time when commercial pilots were treated like rockstars. Obviously it's always taken a lot of training and testing to become a pilot, but for Frank Abagnale it was a stepping stone. 2002's Catch Me If You Can tells some of his story, or at least it seems to, and … Continue reading Who Are You Really, Frank?
Aviation In Film: Day Two
We're back on the tarmac with another round of great entries, all, and here's Day One if anyone missed it. Let's go... Le from Crítica Retrô has a very intriguing article for us about Brazilian aviation pioneer Santos Dumont and his adventures in cinema. Emily from The Flapper Dame brings us her thoughts on the 1953 John Wayne film, Island … Continue reading Aviation In Film: Day Two