We have seen measurable progress in almost every area of human achievement, yet somehow flights today take the same amount of time they took in the 1950s.
We can do better.
Over long distances people don’t think in miles and kilometers. They think in hours. Crossing the U.S. takes about 5. Going from New York to Dubai takes about 14.
Speed isn’t about going really fast. It’s about closeness. It’s about making far away places feel like they’re right around the corner.
If we can fly twice as fast, the world becomes twice as small, turning far off lands into familiar neighbors.
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