George - in Transport

In Transport

  • Autopilot, affectionately known as "George"
  • George (bus service), a bus service in Falls Church, Virginia
  • George (ship), an Australian sloop wrecked in 1806
  • Kawanishi N1K-J, a Japanese fighter aircraft Allied codenamed "George"
  • Society for the Prevention of Calling Sleeping Car Porters "George"

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