It’s no-go for GoFly Prize’s $1 million award

TeTra aerial vehicle

TeTra’s aerial vehicle looks like a cross between a motorcycle and an ultralight. (teTra Photo via Twitter)

The Boeing-backed GoFly Prize program gave out a $100,000 award during its inaugural fly-off in California, but the $1 million grand prize went unclaimed because none of the competitors could go fly.

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