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(Aviation Week)   Old and busted: Driving a Honda to Cincinnati. New hotness: To orbit?   (aviationweek.com) divider line
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2021-09-30 8:04:32 PM  
JFC who's the dingbat consultant that wrote that press piece?

Now they just need to state they're shifting their paradigm by synergizing how they're disrupting the industry.
 
2021-09-30 8:30:51 PM  
They've been driving Mitsubishis to orbit up until now.

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2021-10-01 2:43:13 AM  
Paywall suxx, but Honda VTOLs have my interest.
 
2021-10-01 6:24:58 AM  

thehellisthis: They've been driving Mitsubishis to orbit up until now.

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Well they were making the Zeros from 1939 to 1945. Which initially was was one of the best war planes in the world.   That Mitsubishi got to space long ago does not seem strange given their position in the Japanese military-industrial complex.
 
2021-10-01 10:45:26 AM  
People laughed when Honda started building cars.
 
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