The evolution of flight has been made possible by the contributions of the X-Plane.
For over a century 'X-Planes' have been used to test aviation theories, various advanced designs, and general flight principles. The process has helped to evolve aviation along many fronts, in both war and peace time, and continues to serve aeronautical engineers today as aircraft get progressively more complex. Despite this, the basic theories and concepts astill pply to modern mounts, leaving onboard technologies play something of a secondary role. This index serves to cover the most popular X-Plane categories from the World War 1 period (1914-1918) to the modern age and beyond.
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