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Intel From Aviation Industry

 
Illumin_naught1
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Intel From Aviation Industry
My client is a major player in the aviation industry.
Had a very interesting conversation with him the other day.

What he said is shocking. Air travel is about to massively change:

1- Airlines will switch to a some kind of specialized eco fuel for planes, which is 18 times the price of regular gas.

2 - Airlines know that they can't simply raise the price 18 times for tickets because of fuel cost alone.

3- Hence the new airplane models that are being built now for use in the future are more "luxurious".

4 - Travelling therefore will be exclusive for the Uber rich. Less planes, less flights but more profits - were talking about like a 9-15K cost for an average round trip per person.

Travel now while you can. Vacationing will be a thing of the past. Average people will never be able to afford air travel again .
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CSB-cool
Doom is not dead.
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I kind of doubt that, I just checked my app for mid August, $95 USD first class round trip to Cartageña on Avianca.
If I had a dollar for every time I got suspicious...

I'd wonder who was paying me, and why?
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 Quoting: RumorsOfDoom


Its not a story.
This is real intel.
I literally had this conversation this week.
And my client is major player in the aviation industry.
Illuminaughty
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I kind of doubt that, I just checked my app for mid August, $95 USD first class round trip to Cartageña on Avianca.
 Quoting: Monger of Many Things


No it's not happening yet.
This plan is in play in the next 3-5 years.
So again, travel now while you can.
Illuminaughty
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Anyone telling you they know what will be happening in 3-5 years is full of shit. Though i do think it will be likely that far less will be flying. Industry should have died long ago.
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I believe it
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I kind of doubt that, I just checked my app for mid August, $95 USD first class round trip to Cartageña on Avianca.
 Quoting: Monger of Many Things


No it's not happening yet.
This plan is in play in the next 3-5 years.
So again, travel now while you can.
 Quoting: Illumin_naught1


Will do, I'm not that excited about travelling anywhere but my wife is. We live in paradise so I'm less motivated to travel anywhere than I've been in my entire life. But I do still have a couple places I'd like to see and visit family in Europe
If I had a dollar for every time I got suspicious...

I'd wonder who was paying me, and why?
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I kind of doubt that, I just checked my app for mid August, $95 USD first class round trip to Cartageña on Avianca.
 Quoting: Monger of Many Things


No it's not happening yet.
This plan is in play in the next 3-5 years.
So again, travel now while you can.
 Quoting: Illumin_naught1


I was at Boeing in 2008 on 787 pre-release and they
were discussing a new biofuel for next generation
of planes which would require much lighter planes.

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Illumin_naught1  (OP)

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Was married to my college love. She was hot and I was horny but ultimately she was a vengeful feminist with a masters degree in architecture. She was horrible.

Anyways she wanted to focus 100% of her attention on her career. Sex ended soon after marriage. At first I was just frustrated. Then I realized, if not for the pussy, what is a woman for?

NOTHING.

Now I live like James Bond. Free to fuck whoever I want and keep the $$$$.
Fuck Marriage and fuck America.
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Anyone telling you they know what will be happening in 3-5 years is full of shit. Though i do think it will be likely that far less will be flying. Industry should have died long ago.
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My client know because he is part of the planning of it.
Think a major change such as this happens overnight? No, it take time and prep.

But yes, it's going to happen,
Illuminaughty
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So instead of Jet-A they use french fry oil?

Three tidbits of info(intel) op.
1. The earth is a great big recycling center
2. The US Navy made JP-4 from sea water
3. The bio fuel metric will not work now from a supply/demand perspective. Just not enough of it. The retooling of the airlines to fly superlight long range carbon fiber smaller jets will mean that the aviation industry is dead. The ticket price will be so high it would be easier and cheaper to rent a G-IV than buy a ticket.

So then we are left to conclude the destruction of the industry is premeditated. Malice aforethought.

And it will be cars,power, cargo ships and everything else also.
Going on vacation will be the least of our troubles.

Buy land, put in a well, get some chickens and barter with your neighbors.
The green revolution will have a huge body count.
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My client is a major player in the aviation industry.
Had a very interesting conversation with him the other day.

What he said is shocking. Air travel is about to massively change:

1- Airlines will switch to a some kind of specialized eco fuel for planes, which is 18 times the price of regular gas.

2 - Airlines know that they can't simply raise the price 18 times for tickets because of fuel cost alone.

3- Hence the new airplane models that are being built now for use in the future are more "luxurious".

4 - Travelling therefore will be exclusive for the Uber rich. Less planes, less flights but more profits - were talking about like a 9-15K cost for an average round trip per person.

Travel now while you can. Vacationing will be a thing of the past. Average people will never be able to afford air travel again .
 Quoting: Illumin_naught1

hesright

I work in the aerospace industry very close to the testing. This is absolutely happening.
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My client is a major player in the aviation industry.
Had a very interesting conversation with him the other day.

What he said is shocking. Air travel is about to massively change:

1- Airlines will switch to a some kind of specialized eco fuel for planes, which is 18 times the price of regular gas.

2 - Airlines know that they can't simply raise the price 18 times for tickets because of fuel cost alone.

3- Hence the new airplane models that are being built now for use in the future are more "luxurious".

4 - Travelling therefore will be exclusive for the Uber rich. Less planes, less flights but more profits - were talking about like a 9-15K cost for an average round trip per person.

Travel now while you can. Vacationing will be a thing of the past. Average people will never be able to afford air travel again .
 Quoting: Illumin_naught1

hesright

I work in the aerospace industry very close to the testing. This is absolutely happening.
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IMAGINE SOMEONE FROM THE SHITHOLE OF ROMANIA TRYING TO UNDERSTAND ANYTHING
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My client is a major player in the aviation industry.
Had a very interesting conversation with him the other day.

What he said is shocking. Air travel is about to massively change:

1- Airlines will switch to a some kind of specialized eco fuel for planes, which is 18 times the price of regular gas.

2 - Airlines know that they can't simply raise the price 18 times for tickets because of fuel cost alone.

3- Hence the new airplane models that are being built now for use in the future are more "luxurious".

4 - Travelling therefore will be exclusive for the Uber rich. Less planes, less flights but more profits - were talking about like a 9-15K cost for an average round trip per person.

Travel now while you can. Vacationing will be a thing of the past. Average people will never be able to afford air travel again .
 Quoting: Illumin_naught1


Bullshit
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My client is a major player in the aviation industry.
Had a very interesting conversation with him the other day.

What he said is shocking. Air travel is about to massively change:

1- Airlines will switch to a some kind of specialized eco fuel for planes, which is 18 times the price of regular gas.

2 - Airlines know that they can't simply raise the price 18 times for tickets because of fuel cost alone.

3- Hence the new airplane models that are being built now for use in the future are more "luxurious".

4 - Travelling therefore will be exclusive for the Uber rich. Less planes, less flights but more profits - were talking about like a 9-15K cost for an average round trip per person.

Travel now while you can. Vacationing will be a thing of the past. Average people will never be able to afford air travel again .
 Quoting: Illumin_naught1


This is all a part of U.N. Agenda-2030


Keep people in one place at all times. Those 80 cities containing 6 Million people each and only link between them is Elon Musk's Hyper-loop rail system.

80 cities x 6 Million People = almost 500 Million

Georgia Guide stones.
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My client is a major player in the aviation industry.
Had a very interesting conversation with him the other day.

What he said is shocking. Air travel is about to massively change:

1- Airlines will switch to a some kind of specialized eco fuel for planes, which is 18 times the price of regular gas.

2 - Airlines know that they can't simply raise the price 18 times for tickets because of fuel cost alone.

3- Hence the new airplane models that are being built now for use in the future are more "luxurious".

4 - Travelling therefore will be exclusive for the Uber rich. Less planes, less flights but more profits - were talking about like a 9-15K cost for an average round trip per person.

Travel now while you can. Vacationing will be a thing of the past. Average people will never be able to afford air travel again .
 Quoting: Illumin_naught1


Sweet. Steam ships will be back in business.
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My client is a major player in the aviation industry.
Had a very interesting conversation with him the other day.

What he said is shocking. Air travel is about to massively change:

1- Airlines will switch to a some kind of specialized eco fuel for planes, which is 18 times the price of regular gas.

2 - Airlines know that they can't simply raise the price 18 times for tickets because of fuel cost alone.

3- Hence the new airplane models that are being built now for use in the future are more "luxurious".

4 - Travelling therefore will be exclusive for the Uber rich. Less planes, less flights but more profits - were talking about like a 9-15K cost for an average round trip per person.

Travel now while you can. Vacationing will be a thing of the past. Average people will never be able to afford air travel again .
 Quoting: Illumin_naught1


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My client is a major player in the aviation industry.
Had a very interesting conversation with him the other day.

What he said is shocking. Air travel is about to massively change:

1- Airlines will switch to a some kind of specialized eco fuel for planes, which is 18 times the price of regular gas.

2 - Airlines know that they can't simply raise the price 18 times for tickets because of fuel cost alone.

3- Hence the new airplane models that are being built now for use in the future are more "luxurious".

4 - Travelling therefore will be exclusive for the Uber rich. Less planes, less flights but more profits - were talking about like a 9-15K cost for an average round trip per person.

Travel now while you can. Vacationing will be a thing of the past. Average people will never be able to afford air travel again .
 Quoting: Illumin_naught1


CSB-granny
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Aren't they canceling flights right now? I figured it was due to not enough pilots after making them take the poison shots and now many can't pass the physical. Who knows ..just spitballing here.
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sounds like BS
its more likely that airlines will loose their government subsidised fuel allowances

hence the increase in price, there is no SPECIAL FUEL

epiclol
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The people could be threatened to take these injections or not travel and yet not understand that the same men threatening them have already written extensively that the public at large will no longer be traveling in their immediate future.
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They want us like hunger games stuck in are own district.
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Interesting... In New Zealand, they shutdown our only oil refinery plant. It supplied aviation gas to Auckland Air Port via a pipe which ran from the refinery to Auckland.

If what you say is true, then yeah, make sense closing it down.
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My client is a major player in the aviation industry.
Had a very interesting conversation with him the other day.

What he said is shocking. Air travel is about to massively change:

1- Airlines will switch to a some kind of specialized eco fuel for planes, which is 18 times the price of regular gas.

2 - Airlines know that they can't simply raise the price 18 times for tickets because of fuel cost alone.

3- Hence the new airplane models that are being built now for use in the future are more "luxurious".

4 - Travelling therefore will be exclusive for the Uber rich. Less planes, less flights but more profits - were talking about like a 9-15K cost for an average round trip per person.

Travel now while you can. Vacationing will be a thing of the past. Average people will never be able to afford air travel again .
 Quoting: Illumin_naught1


Totally agree. Even now, flight cancellations are becoming the new reality due to fuel costs. The jet era is over for most.
TrueNorth
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My client is a major player in the aviation industry.
Had a very interesting conversation with him the other day.

What he said is shocking. Air travel is about to massively change:

1- Airlines will switch to a some kind of specialized eco fuel for planes, which is 18 times the price of regular gas.

2 - Airlines know that they can't simply raise the price 18 times for tickets because of fuel cost alone.

3- Hence the new airplane models that are being built now for use in the future are more "luxurious".

4 - Travelling therefore will be exclusive for the Uber rich. Less planes, less flights but more profits - were talking about like a 9-15K cost for an average round trip per person.

Travel now while you can. Vacationing will be a thing of the past. Average people will never be able to afford air travel again .
 Quoting: Illumin_naught1

hesright

I work in the aerospace industry very close to the testing. This is absolutely happening.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77954000


I wonder what will happen to GA (General Aviation) / Cessnas etc
Illumin_naught1  (OP)

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sounds like BS
its more likely that airlines will loose their government subsidised fuel allowances

hence the increase in price, there is no SPECIAL FUEL

epiclol
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research before you post, so you don't look foolish.
proof eco fuel for airlines exist:

[link to www.iata.org (secure)]
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sounds like BS
its more likely that airlines will loose their government subsidised fuel allowances

hence the increase in price, there is no SPECIAL FUEL

epiclol
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78466619


research before you post, so you don't look foolish.
proof eco fuel for airlines exist:

[link to www.iata.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Illumin_naught1


yup, I first heard of this at Boeing in 2008.
I'm skeptical of the 18x price, though.

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I work in the aviation industry, this is really happening, it’s called SAF or Sustainable Aviation Fuel. The industry is just now in the process of switching over, some operators are using it now (mostly corporate).

Whether it’s really going to cost 18x more I have no idea, but be assured it is actually happening.

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