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A robot in a Santa Claus suit was circling the satphone lounge of the Paris-bound skyliner, handing out eggnog.
"Once we get settled on the skyliner, I'll 'ust call Beth on the vidphone."
Here's a collection of images of the long lost Boeing 314 flying boat, the luxury skyliner that plied the skies in the 1930s and 1940s, and which came complete with sleeper bunks and formal dining: Is inflight videochat in the US illegal?
Shortly after these pictures were taken, showing the great skyliner saluting the millions
We woke up at 6: 30am and rushed over to the skyliner to get to Narita Airport.
In a skyliner high above the Alien-contaminated earth, Caryn Delacroix can’t sleep.
The word from the space agency last week was that the International Space Station ISS, the American-led, $100 billion skyliner that has been continually occupied by astronauts for more than a decade, may have to be evacuated by early December if the Russian space agency can't sort out what caused an unmanned Soyuz rocket on a resupply mission to crash into Siberia on Aug. 24, scattering nearly 2 tons of cargo across a barren stretch near the Mongolian border.
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