NYK Line sells 'costly' Nippon Cargo Airlines to ANA
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Bell Helicopter and Yamato are to team up to develop what has been described as a “flying truck”. Japan News reports that the unmanned aerial vehicle will fly at speeds of at least 169kph, with a load capacity of 450kg. Bell will be responsible for development of the drone, while Yamato will take on the task of constructing the cargo container. According to the report, the aim is to have a prototype in the air for tests by August next year.
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