The Wright brothers, Wilbur and Orville, are the pioneers of today civil aviation. The two brothers were the first to invent and drive the first powered heavier than air human flight on December 1903. The interest in flying was created by their father from a Helicopter toy, which he brought for them and from their interest in making and flying kites. By 1899, the Wright brothers decided to study aeronautics which made them acquire expert knowledge in this field. The Wright Brothers experimented on powered gliders which could lift a man’s weight until in 17 December 1903 when they achieved their world first powered flight. They used experience, intelligence, and ingenuity to design their aircraft and by studying Birds’ flight they were able to make a better aircraft (Lamont). Although there are conflicting debates on who really invented aircrafts, the two brothers made remarkable contributions by laying foundation for future development of the industry.