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Boeing 737 Max to Resume Flying U.S. Passengers on Tuesday

Boeing 737 Max to Resume Flying U.S. Passengers on Tuesday

Boeing 737 Max to Resume Flying U.S. Passengers on Tuesday Boeing 737 Max to Resume Flying U.S. Passengers on Tuesday Boeing’s troubled 737 Max plane is expected to carry paying passengers in skies over the United States for the first time in almost two years on Tuesday. Those passengers will be aboard American Airlines Flight 718, scheduled to leave Miami …

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A Flying Elephant, a Teacher’s Hugs: 12 Tales of Pandemic Resilience

A Flying Elephant, a Teacher’s Hugs: 12 Tales of Pandemic Resilience

A Flying Elephant, a Teacher’s Hugs: 12 Tales of Pandemic Resilience A Flying Elephant, a Teacher’s Hugs: 12 Tales of Pandemic Resilience The virus has been crushing spirits around the world, but some people refuse to be bowed. Here are their stories. Source link

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Uber Jettisons Flying Car Project

Uber Jettisons Flying Car Project

Uber Jettisons Flying Car Project Uber Jettisons Flying Car Project A day after Uber handed its autonomous car project to a Silicon Valley start-up, the company is doing the same with an ambitious and money-intensive effort to build flying cars. Uber is handing its flying car project, Uber Elevate, to the air taxi start-up Joby Aviation, the two companies said …

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Boeing’s 737 Max Will Be Flying Again. Here’s What You Need to Know

Boeing’s 737 Max Will Be Flying Again. Here's What You Need to Know

Boeing’s 737 Max Will Be Flying Again. Here’s What You Need to Know Boeing’s 737 Max Will Be Flying Again. Here’s What You Need to Know The Federal Aviation Administration has lifted its ban on Boeing’s 737 Max, allowing the plane to return to the skies after being grounded for more than 20 months following crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia …

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How Many Snowbirds Will Be Flying South for the Winter?

How Many Snowbirds Will Be Flying South for the Winter?

How Many Snowbirds Will Be Flying South for the Winter? How Many Snowbirds Will Be Flying South for the Winter? Ms. Nelson will wait for the land-border restrictions to lift. Others, meanwhile, are trying to find creative workarounds. “People have said, ‘Can you help us?’” said Amy Russo Coleman, who owns Roadies Car Delivery Service, a company that transports cars …

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F.A.A. Says Harrison Ford Can Continue Flying

F.A.A. Says Harrison Ford Can Continue Flying

F.A.A. Says Harrison Ford Can Continue Flying F.A.A. Says Harrison Ford Can Continue Flying LOS ANGELES — The Federal Aviation Administration announced on Thursday that it had cleared Harrison Ford to continue flying, after the actor completed remedial training prompted by an incident in April when he had crossed a runway by accident. Mr. Ford’s representatives said that on April …

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Humans Take a Step Closer to ‘Flying Cars’

Humans Take a Step Closer to ‘Flying Cars’

Humans Take a Step Closer to ‘Flying Cars’ Humans Take a Step Closer to ‘Flying Cars’ In the 1880s, the first automobile was developed and about two decades later, the Wright brothers in North Carolina invented the first successful airplane. Today, the world is closer to combining those two concepts as a Japanese tech company said it completed a manned …

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5 Things We Know About Flying Right Now

5 Things We Know About Flying Right Now

5 Things We Know About Flying Right Now 5 Things We Know About Flying Right Now “On the whole, you will pay less than last year, but how much less and when still remains to be seen,” Ms. Berg said. First class doesn’t necessarily guarantee space Flying back recently from his second home in Tucson, Ariz., to Chicago, George Fink, …

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NASA Astronauts Safely Return to Earth: ‘Thank You for Flying SpaceX’

NASA Astronauts Safely Return to Earth: ‘Thank You for Flying SpaceX’

NASA Astronauts Safely Return to Earth: ‘Thank You for Flying SpaceX’ NASA Astronauts Safely Return to Earth: ‘Thank You for Flying SpaceX’ The first astronaut trip to orbit by a private company parachuted to a safe conclusion in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday. It was the first water landing by NASA astronauts since 1975, when the agency’s crews were …

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How Do Flying Snakes Glide Through the Air? ‘It’s Hard to Believe’

How Do Flying Snakes Glide Through the Air? ‘It’s Hard to Believe’

How Do Flying Snakes Glide Through the Air? ‘It’s Hard to Believe’ How Do Flying Snakes Glide Through the Air? ‘It’s Hard to Believe’ Jake Socha is an expert on flying snakes who uses detailed scientific terminology such as “this big, wiggly, ribbon thing” to describe his soaring quarry. It is an apt description, but don’t be fooled. When a …

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