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The CIA estimates that more than half of the UFOs reported in the 1950s and 1960s were really American spy planes.

2009-03-07

 USA spy UFO aircraft
The United States is planning to build an unmanned hypersonic aircraft capable of striking any target in the world within two hours. ... The US will be able, using aircraft based on its own territory, to strike at individual targets without warning and without the need for foreign bases.

2003-07-01

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Boeing's new 787 Dreamliner passenger aircraft has successfully completed its first test flight in the US...

2009-12-15

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Long before the broomstick became popular with witches in medieval Europe, the flying carpet was being used by thieves and madmen in the Orient. ... In the Ben Sherira chronicle, certain passages describe the workings of a flying carpet. Unfortunately, much of the vocabulary used in these parts is indecipherable, so little has been understood about their method of propulsion. What is understood is that a flying carpet was spun on a loom...

2004-07-23

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Police have arrested two women after they tried to take the body of a dead relative on to a plane at Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

2010-04-06

 travel flight aircraft UK death corpse
Flightradar24.com shows live aircraft traffic in the airspace above Europe.
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The future of flying will be organically grown, with seats made from plants and fuel made from oils from seeds or algae. There will be "no more non-renewable materials, like metal or plastic" in the cabin of tomorrow's aircraft. Flying will be the answer to scarce resources on the ground; by travelling through the air rather than by road or rail, the ground can be "left for farming and preserving biodiversity"...

2011-06-14

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