Step forward the super-freighter

DRONES have been grabbing all the headlines as last mile delivery options for the express and freight industry, but an equally futuristic bigger brother is waiting in the wings.
The airship technology variant, as espoused by US-based Aeros with its 66-tonne payload Aeroscraft aircraft, is well known, but there are also two fixed wing futuristic freighters on the drawing board…
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