Worldwide Demand for Flying Sports Car Is Growing

PRINEVILLE, Ore., July 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Samson Sky, creators of the Switchblade, the world’s first Flying Sports Car,

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  • Publisher: Road & Track
  • Date: 2018-07-05 04:00:00
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The march to Moscow begins: England fans take to planes, trains and automobiles in epic trek to watch World Cup …

Thousands of England fans are heading to Moscow today by any means possible to potentially watch history being made as the country takes on Croatia in the World Cup semi final.

It is thought up to 10,000 supporters will travel to Russia today, with some even booking private jets to ensure they get there on time.’

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Earlier this year, Brian Kelly flew Singapore Airlines’ new first-class suite on its A380 airbus, taking off with a glass of Dom P’rignon and 50 square feet of legroom. The market rate for his flight from Sydney to Singapore was over $3,000. Mr. Kelly’s cost?

‘150,000 points and $72,’ he said. ‘So while not the best redemption in terms of the value I got per point, the flight itself was one of my most memorable ever. It actually has both a seat and a bed.’

Mr. Kelly is perhaps better known as The Points Guy, the guy with the website that tells you how to maximize your travel dollars. As founder and chief executive, Mr. Kelly knows a thing or two about traveling on the cheap, so we asked him and a handful of other experts for their best advice on how to cut the cost of booking travel, from flights to hotels to car rentals.

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The once-invincible medium-to-large class may be pushing against the rising SUV tide, but new talent means it’s worth taking a dip

WE REALLY shouldn’t take it personally. Sliding sales of medium to large cars may have pulled the manufacturing rug out from under the Aussie-made Mitsubishi 380, Ford Falcon, Toyota Camry and Holden Commodore over the last decade, but it’s a global phenomenon affecting every developed market in the world.

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