The aerospace industry is considered as the largest among all other sectors based on its manufacturing limits, human resource population and output value. The aerospace industry along with its numerous stakeholders and collaborators such Sonovision, has been successfully encouraging and inflaming the imagination of the youth around the world and inspiring industrial designs. Similarly, through an economic perspective, the aerospace has utilized a substantial amount of funds for research and development through several fields resulting in subsidizing innovation in technology, evoking different types of products, inspiring construction sectors with enormous complexes for manufacturing, inspiring technology-based management systems, and supporting numerous vulnerable regional economies.
In the initial stage of aerospace, aircraft remained mostly experimental around five years after the first flight of Wright brothers in 1903 December. Eventually, the Wright brothers got a contract of making a single aircraft from the US army in the year 1908. The Astra company was granted a licensed patent for manufacturing the single aircraft. Soon after that in 1909, Glenn Curtiss from New York started selling own aircraft which eventually encouraged many other US enthusiasts to become aircraft entrepreneurs.
Ultimately, many Europeans took initiatives in making the early manufacturing of aircraft and by the outbreak of great war in 1914 more than 2000 aircraft have been built by the French manufacturers. The Germans, as well as Britain, also were not left behind in manufacturing of aircraft during those periods and the Germans built around 1000 aircraft whereas Britain built a little fewer than the Germans. However, since the conflict was more centred in Europe, the American did not haste to manufacture aircraft and there were only around a hundred aircraft with the American. In addition to this, during and aftermath of the war, the American aircraft industry could not progress due to various factors and in a given point of time, the American aircraft industry collapsed.
However, in a later effort, seven American manufacturers built 22500 Liberty engines comprising 400 horsepower which eventually laid the foundation for the US enhanced and concentrated aircraft industry. These efforts were led by three committed aircraft companies namely the Wright aeronautical company, the Curtiss Aeroplane, and the Motor.
The US was the only nation with a system of indigenous airmail and it ultimately shaped the aircraft industry in the 1920s. One of the turning points of aircraft industry growth was the Kelly Air Mail Act which extended the airmail business to hundreds of pilot-headed aircraft manufacturing firms which hoped from an airport to another.