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You're all going to die There's a saying that applies to GEVs/WIGs as much as it does to hovercraft. If you can see something in front of you you're going to hit it. GEVs are not suitable for traffic situations, as they require a minimum speed rather than a maximum. They're not really suitable for use over land due to the fact they corner like aircraft and ...


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It isn't going to work. Aircraft horizontal separation standards vary based on type of flying (uncontrolled, controlled, VFR, IFR, etc), but is generally measured in miles, not feet. For example, US ATC standards in a terminal area specify a minimum 3 nautical mile separation. Even at Oshkosh during the fly-in they maintain separations of 1/2 mile for ...


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