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That’s similar to a configuration that a much bigger cargo drone from helicopter-maker Bell uses, which can carry a whopping 70 pounds.
Some adjustments are or were short-term, such as commercial airlines offering cargo flights or even staid organizations permitting staff to work remotely.
E-cargo bikes, on the other hand, are as much for non-cyclists as they are for dedicated riders.
With limited cargo capacity and no motor, it was adequate for pre-pandemic grocery shopping.
Personally, I don’t need a full-size cargo bike, and I want to keep some versatility for non-cargo trips.
This plan closely tracks that of Reliable Robotic’s rival XWing, which also plans a fleet of autonomous Cessna 208 Caravans for hauling cargo as a stepping-stone to passenger flights.
Fold down the second- and third-row seats, and cargo space seems to stretch for miles.
It’s based on Blue Origin’s previously announced robotic moon lander for carrying cargo.
To that end, the galleon was possibly developed as a specialized marine craft with a keel-up design dedicated primarily to naval battles and encounters, but also having some cargo-carrying capacity.
A few days after, three galliots arrived from Macan, laden with a rich cargo of silks and other merchandise.

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