It’s an ambitious schedule given that Virgin only returned to the sky last September. However, it’ll be necessary if the company expects to fulfill its current vision. Branson reiterates that he hopes to start commercial passenger service by the end of 2018, and he’ll embark on his own flight by the middle of that year. The big question is whether or not Virgin will make that schedule in the first place. It’s clear that the outfit has learned some lessons in recent years, but there’s not much leeway in that timetable — it wouldn’t take much to delay the first paid flight by months.
With the FCC Ajit Pai’s crusade against Net Neutrality nearing its grim end, many have begun to lose hope that it can be stopped. Pai’s rebuffed accusations that his agency has lied about […]
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