There’s an expression about two ships passing in the night. The full quote from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ends, “So on the ocean of life, we pass and speak to one another, only a look and a voice, then darkness again and silence.” Times change and technology moves us forward. In the literal sense, it happens with airliners every minute of the day as jet airplanes zoom past each other in opposite directions. Just as often, modern airplanes are headed the same way, figuratively flying on top of each other, separated vertically by several thousand feet.
A Gulfstream flying nonstop from Savannah, Georgia, where the airplanes are built and
→ Continue reading at Forbes