Although the concept of peoples’ car started before Hitler, Volkswagen (VW) was founded by the German Labour Front under Adolf Hitler. Hitler then helped to popularize the Volkswagen or “people’s car.”
Transport (or transportation) is the movement of people or things from one location to another using technology. Typical modes of transport include air, rail, road, water, cable, pipeline, or space. Transport refers to vehicles, operations, and infrastructure related to transportation technology.
Wilbur and Orville Wright (the Wright Brothers) may not have gotten their aviation business off the ground without their sister Katharine (the Wright sister).
An Albatross can fly around the world without landing, glide hundreds of miles at a time without flapping its wings (which span up to 12 feet), and travel at speeds of over 50 Mph.