The Celera will slice through the air efficiently and be as affordable as flying commercial—hopefully.
But most companies still need come up with health guidelines to protect crew members and passengers.
Paul Freeman’s aviation-history archive let’s you explore local lore, topography, and more,
Waiting has never been so glamorous.
“Why did the bird cross the runway?” and other real concerns at the Airport Wildlife Hazards Program.
Look forward to disruptions related to heat, wind, and water.
High temperatures mean thin air, which makes getting airplanes off the ground tricky
But are they really just the TSA with bigger lapels?
What is this, an airport for drones?!?
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