One hundred years after the Wright Brothers made the first heavier-than-air controlled flight (pace Percy Pilcher) on 17 December 1903, magazines are doing "future of flight" specials:
Economist, National Geographic (stunning photos, also here), and New Scientist (reg required). The 19 Dec 1903 first flight story is corrected here.
Also, a pair of non-scientific, hand-drawn airgraphs (acceleromaps? seismographs?): an Airbus A321 takes off from Edinburgh and lands at London Heathrow. (There are tube journeys as well).