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https://www.dailymail.co, By STACY LIBERATORE

World's first car that can fly and drive 'with a top speed of 200mph in the air and 100mph on the ground' will be unveiled in Miami at a cost of $599,000- the first delivery is set for 2021

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https://www.dailymail.co, By MEGAN SHEETS

More than 100 million Americans are on alert as bomb cyclone and another powerful storm plunge Thanksgiving travel into chaos with over 8,000 flight delays and heavy snowfall from the Rocky Mountains to the Great Lakes

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https://www.nextbigfuture.com, by Brian Wang

SpaceX will roll-out hourly delivery of packages for years before flying passengers and this will make them tens of billions of dollars each year. I, Brian Wang, have analyzed how SpaceX will have a monopoly on 1-6 hour package delivery for tens of b

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https://newatlas.com, By Loz Blain

The dream of three-dimensional commuting is slowly coming closer, with a number of companies well into the test phase with various electric VTOL air taxi designs that will soon begin offering point-to-point flights far, far more cheaply than helicopt

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https://www.thedailybell.com

Following the attacks of September 11th, Congress passed the Aviation and Transportation Security Act (ATSA), creating the Transportation Security Agency (TSA). The TSA replaced private security screening companies with one government agency. Since t

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https://www.nextbigfuture.com, by Brian Wang

Reaction Engines has successfully tested its innovative precooler at airflow temperature conditions representing Mach 5, or five times the speed of sound, marking a significant milestone in the development of its SABRE™ engine and paving the way fo

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Zero Hedge - Tyler Durden

Boeing said on Sunday that it told U.S. regulators "multiple times" that it had expanded the role of its MCAS system and that the FAA had observed the system operating in flight tests before the 737 Max was certified for service, according to Bloombe

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