It was 1948. The world was at peace and anything seemed possible. A young boy was traveling from Boston to New York when the decrepit, pre-war bus he was riding on broke down. While he and the other passengers were waiting to be rescued, he noticed a gleaming, golden button on the old coach’s dashboard. He leaned forward, said “Let’s go to New York” and pressed it. The rest of the story is obvious and, yes, the tale of Jenny, the Magic Bus was only a children’s story. But it was also the first recorded forecast of the fly-on-demand air-travel revolution being ushered in by the development of Very Light Jet (VLJ) aircraft and point-to-point air-taxi services.
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