Joseph C. Hete
When Amazon announced that it was getting into the airfreight business, the usually tight-lipped e-commerce giant made an uncharacteristically bold statement with a low fly-by of the first 767 freighter in its new “Prime Air” livery over the crowds at Seattle’s annual summertime Seafair festival. By the time “Prime One” roared over the spectators in July 2016 with great fanfare, Prime Air had already been more than a year in the making, thanks in part to the quiet, behind-the-s...
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