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The USPS had already established the airlanes, and airfields and the airmail system.
Jadak had never seen the striated airlanes so empty.
I can field dress a moose, shoot wolves from airlanes, see Russia from my house and duped Americans into thinking my smoke and mirrors act is reality.
Its nexus was Central Control, where the total pattern was evaluated and the three-dimensional grid of airlanes adjusted from minute to minute for optimum flow.
North of Paris was just as bad, with the airlanes to Germany and the East.
The outlawing of private automotive vehicles had helped, and the clearing of the airlanes served a purpose; the widespread increase in the use of atomic power cut the smog somewhat.
Oh, and by 2030, we'll all be whizzing through the airlanes in our ant-grav cars!