Fully electric. Quick to recharge. Eventually fully autonomous. Hyundai has big plans in the eVOTL space and announced a contract with Uber during CES to help realize those dreams. Will flying cars truly be ready in the next few years??
What does the future of travel look like? With the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show keynote stage at his disposal Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian spent just over an hour on Tuesday morning going through what he sees as the next big things for the industry. And the company does have some very cool ideas in the pipeline, even if others highlighted in the presentation are less than new.
JetBlue passengers flying on domestic routes will not have to choose whether they want to purchase carbon offset credits or not going forward. The carrier announced today that it would take on that burden beginning in July 2020. The carrier will also ramp up the sue of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from the middle of the year, beginning with flights departing San Francisco.
Is this the beginning of mass offset funding by US carriers or a one-off??
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If at first you don't succeed try to fly again. That's not exactly how the saying goes, but it just might be close enough for California Pacific Airlines (CPA). The company is in the process of resuming operations, though without a formal timeline.
Also, why?? Without connections to a network is a handful of routes from a small airport enough to build a business on?