A Brilliant New Use For Leftover Airplane Food
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Plane food may be something of a pain point for travelers, but one company is using it to change the lives of those less fortunate. OzHarvest Brisbane is working with airlines to take unused and untouched food from first class and donate it to numerous charities in the area. [ABC]
According to Boeing, an additional 30,850 new pilots need to enter the workforce each year for the next two years, in order to keep up with both the new planes on order as well as the increased demand for air travel. [Bloomberg]
From lowlands to highlands, and everything in between, a trip to Scotland deserves a spot on everybody’s bucket list. Here are 30 things you must do while you’re there. [Business Insider]
Elon Musk is at it again, this time with a plan dubbed, “Master Plan, Part Deux,” that includes a fleet of self-driving vehicles ranging from electric buses to semi trucks. [Tech Insider]
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