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|27th July 2006, 10:53||#3|
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Good luck to Honda. Many a vehicle manufacturers have tried building aircrafts, but good to see Honda move further from the drawing board.
The clip says, apart from private jets they are targetting 'Air Taxi' services. If Panasonic also goes commerical with their AA battery (160 of them) powered aircrafts, we will soon need traffic signals up in the sky. 'Flyovers' and multilevel lanes will not be a problem though.
Read more about that here: [FONT=Georgia] http://www.gizmag.co.uk/go/5901/[/FONT]
|27th July 2006, 13:10||#4|
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Thats really nice to hear Honda getting into aircrafts. They are also into power supply in India. Hopefully that plane would have a DOHC i-VTEC powerplant unlike others.
|27th July 2006, 17:36||#5|
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after world war BMW quit making planes to make cars.
come 21st century we have HONDA goin from car to planes.
|28th July 2006, 00:50||#6|
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