Sunday, August 12, 2018

Fact of the Day: Cargo Planes

Despite being the fastest method of travel, when it comes to moving cargo, planes only move less than one percent of the world's cargo around the world. 

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  1. The first cargo flight took place on the 7 November 1910 in the USA, between Dayton and Columbus, Ohio. Philip Orin Parmelee piloted a Wright Model B aeroplane 65 miles (105 km) carrying a package of 200 pounds of silk for the opening of a store.

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  2. Probably costs a ton to move tons

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  3. Wow! That's a surprising number. Can't believe it's that low! Hugs and Happy Sunday! RO

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  4. I think we do get most of our supplies on ships instead of planes in Hawaii.

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  5. wow, thats eye opening!

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  6. You want something fast you pay for it - that means air transport.
    There are many transport aircraft in the air as I type out this.
    Probably about 10 in the air between the US pacific coast
    and Australia right now! Check the US cargo carriers - FEDX and USP.
    Colin

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