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The Role Luxury Buses Can Play in Reduced Carbon Emissions

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Finding new and innovate ways to get from point A to point B is something that many in the transportation industry are trying to do. For the past decade more and more luxury buses have popped up, trying to give Americans more travel options. The service is just like other bus services that take riders interstate but it is pitched as a more luxurious Read more

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The Role Luxury Buses Can Play in Reduced Carbon Emissions
Finding new and innovate ways to get from point A to point B is something that many in the transportation industry are trying to do. For the past decade more and more luxury buses Read more
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First Class Travel A Focus as Travel Industry Returns
It’s no secret that airlines experienced drastic revenue loss from the pandemic. Airlines lost 126.4 billion dollars in 2020, and The International Air Transport Association predicted Read more
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Boeing 737 Max Is Approved for Service in China After Nearly Three-Year Grounding
(Bloomberg) -- China is on the cusp of lifting an almost three-year grounding of Boeing Co.’s 737 Max, after the nation’s civil aviation body on Thursday issued an airworthiness directive for the Read more
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GM Undershoots Estimates on Chip Dearth, Lifts Full-Year Outlook
(Bloomberg) -- General Motors Co. missed analysts’ profit estimates for the latest quarter but raised its full-year guidance as rich margins on pickups vied with nagging production cuts at its Read more
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Nikola Falls After Revising Down Electric Truck Deliveries
(Bloomberg) -- Shares of Nikola Corp., the pre-production truckmaker whose founder was charged last week with misleading investors, fell after the company lowered its initial vehicle delivery Read more
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Airbus Delivered More Than 70 Jets in June to Beat 2020 Tally
(Bloomberg) -- Airbus SE delivered more than 70 jets in June, one of its best months for handovers since the start of the pandemic, according to people familiar with the matter. The tally Read more

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The Role Luxury Buses Can Play in Reduced Carbon Emissions
January 1, 2022
Finding new and innovate ways to get from point A to point B is something that many in the transportation industry are trying to do. For the past decade more and more luxury buses have popped up, trying to give Americans more travel options. The service is just like other bus services that take riders interstate but it is pitched as a more luxurious Read more
First Class Travel A Focus as Travel Industry Returns
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It’s no secret that airlines experienced drastic revenue loss from the pandemic. Airlines lost 126.4 billion dollars in 2020, and The International Air Transport Association predicted they will still lose 47.7 billion dollars in 2021. However, this decrease in revenue loss means airlines are making up ground. As travel ramps up, people will see shifts Read more
Boeing 737 Max Is Approved for Service in China After Nearly Three-Year Grounding
December 2, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- China is on the cusp of lifting an almost three-year grounding of Boeing Co.’s 737 Max, after the nation’s civil aviation body on Thursday issued an airworthiness directive for the single-aisle workhorse. The planemaker’s shares climbed. The notice, posted on the website of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, removes the last safety Read more
GM Undershoots Estimates on Chip Dearth, Lifts Full-Year Outlook
August 4, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- General Motors Co. missed analysts’ profit estimates for the latest quarter but raised its full-year guidance as rich margins on pickups vied with nagging production cuts at its North American factories from a global semiconductor shortage. Soaring new-vehicle prices on high-margin pickups couldn’t make up for supply chain issues in the second Read more
Nikola Falls After Revising Down Electric Truck Deliveries
August 3, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Shares of Nikola Corp., the pre-production truckmaker whose founder was charged last week with misleading investors, fell after the company lowered its initial vehicle delivery projections and warned of nagging supply chain issues. Chief Executive Officer Mark Russell told analysts on a conference call Tuesday the startup is facing “numerous” Read more
Airbus Delivered More Than 70 Jets in June to Beat 2020 Tally
July 5, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Airbus SE delivered more than 70 jets in June, one of its best months for handovers since the start of the pandemic, according to people familiar with the matter. The tally would take the company’s total handovers for the first six months of the year above 290 aircraft, for an increase of about 50% versus last year. Airbus is set to publish the Read more
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Ford Unveils the Electric F-150, Aims to Shake up the EV Market
May 21, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Linda Zhang, chief engineer of Ford Motor Co.’s new electric F-150 pickup, steers a 3-ton rig onto a test track at the automaker’s suburban Detroit proving grounds and mashes the accelerator. In about four seconds, she says, “We’re at 60” miles per hour. Then, a heartbeat later as the G-forces bear down, “We’re at 100.” No wonder Ford calls Read more