A Celebration of Flight – Design You Trust

A Celebration of Flight

Did you forget how amazing flight can be? Here’s 24 hours in the life of an airline, time-lapsed into something beautiful. The video, created by GE with the latest in photographic technology, is taken from the new episode of The GE Show focused on the future of aviation.

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