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PS4 had a perfect take off and has had nothing but clear skies the entire way. They have been making such good time they actually decided to stop at the 8 hour mark for a break, but also to allow passengers the option to transfer to a newer/faster plane that will get them to their destination even sooner, for an extra price. Both planes have taken off again and are at about the 10 hour mark now.

XB1 had some problems on take off due to being overweight, so they had to land again and remove some hardware/refuel before they could get back in the air. Due to this, they have been caught in some turbulence almost non stop along the way, but also will be making a stop around the 10 hour mark for a break and to offer a faster trip on a new concorde due to the delay, for an extra price.

Switch had a later departure, has taken off smooth, and the weather is clear as far as the pilots can see, but the radar shows potential turbulence in the distance, and this is a smaller plane on the same 16 hour flight. Luckily the pilots are veterans, and the plane can dive and transform into a boat to avoid the darkened skies, as well as offer a different type of travel if the passengers so choose, so the crew has good odds of avoiding too much trouble, but what kind of shape the passengers will be in at that time is questionable. Will they decide to stop and offer a faster plane as well, or maybe a speedboat perhaps?

I don't see the new model changing much. Upgrades are becoming the norm everywhere, and have been the norm in some sectors for quite some time. Unless another proven successful format arises, upgrades will remain for a few gens anyway.



The Canadian National Anthem According To Justin Trudeau

 

Oh planet Earth! The home of native lands, 
True social law, in all of us demand.
With cattle farts, we view sea rise,
Our North sinking slowly.
From far and snide, oh planet Earth, 
Our healthcare is yours free!
Science save our land, harnessing the breeze,
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