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However, doubts have been raised about whether that actually makes flying safer—and airlines and passengers alike would undoubtedly prefer to know that everyone aboard has tested negative.
UNITED WILL START OFFERING PRE-FLIGHT COVID TESTS IN OCTOBER TO PASSENGERS TRAVELING TO HAWAIILEE CLIFFORDSEPTEMBER 24, 2020FORTUNE
Elon Musk has said his eventual goal is for a one-way ticket to Mars aboard Starship to cost about the same, but that’s decades down the road.
WHEN WILL WE SEE ORDINARY PEOPLE GOING INTO SPACE?NEEL PATELSEPTEMBER 9, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Community members voiced their concerns over air quality Tuesday as the Navy continued to combat a fire aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard for a third day.
MORNING REPORT: SHIP FIRE’S HEALTH IMPACTS ARE HAZYVOICE OF SAN DIEGOJULY 15, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Another minute and all four were aboard the embarkation they had so lately abandoned,—once more saved from the perils of the deep!
THE OCEAN WAIFSMAYNE REID
He did not buy his ticket from the agent; the conductor would supply him, and when the long train rolled in he got aboard.
But she certainly cast aside with scorn Madge's suggestion that no one had stolen from her while she was aboard the "Merry Maid."
MADGE MORTON'S TRUSTAMY D. V. CHALMERS
Looking at the land from aboard the frigate, I never should have thought it was such an outlandish sort of a country.
RONALD MORTON, OR THE FIRE SHIPSW.H.G. KINGSTON
He seemed likely to have little companionship, if any, aboard the schooner, and the thought was not pleasing.
JACK HARVEY'S ADVENTURESRUEL PERLEY SMITH