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Altiplan is a mode of inter-city transportation. Looking somewhat like a plane with many layers of wings, it has several small propellers. In the days of Franz Bauer, altiplan trips were terribly long, for they could only fly very low and had to round all obstacles 1). But by 747 AT, only three days were required to fly from Mylos to Alaxis 2). Those vehicles are reputed to be extremely comfortable 3).