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Elon Musk says he plans to send 1 million people to Mars by 2050 by launching 3 Starship rockets every day and creating ‘a lot of jobs’ on...
Musk said he would send 1,000 Starships full of people into Earth orbit, then rocket them all to Mars during an opportune 30-day window.
The biggest stories in transportation this week include a puzzling mistake from Delta Air Lines and the debut of Boeing's new CEO.
Travelers from China are being screened at US airports for a mysterious new virus that’s killed 2 and sickened dozens
The World Health Organization says that considering global travel patterns, "additional cases in other countries are likely."
The CEO of the electric-car startup Byton says the company’s M-Byte SUV will have more advanced tech than a Tesla
The M-Byte will have a 48-inch dashboard screen, a touchpad on its steering wheel, and voice and gesture-control features.
A new electric pickup truck will beat Tesla’s Cybertruck to market. Here’s why Lordstown Motor’s Endurance could be a major threat.
Lordstown Motor's Endurance will have a cheaper starting price along with four in-wheel motors that allow it to handle better in tough environments.
Pilots sat back and watched a plane take off entirely on its own as Airbus gets one step closer to fully self-flying aircraft
An Airbus test aircraft successfully took off from Toulouse-Blagnac Airport in southern France autonomously without any pilot input.
Passengers can still get the old fees by adding bags to their reservation at least 24 hours in advance.
This custom tiny home on wheels was built inside Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van and designed to be lightweight with cot beds — see inside
Outside Vans developed multiple lightweight parts of the van and placed them strategically to balance the interior weight of the van.
No one was hurt in the frightening incident, and passengers were flown on a later flight on a different plane.
Elon Musk said Tesla will help a frustrated customer who was denied a refund after accidentally spending $4,333 on Tesla’s app
The Tesla customer Elon Musk replied to said he inadvertently spent $4,333 while his phone was in his pocket, comparing it to a butt-dial.