January 22, 1923

Design Competition for Transport Airplane

Official Bulletin of National Aeronautic Association of U.S.A

Recent Aircraft Engine Development

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Design Competition for Transport Airplane

Air Service Asks for Bids on Liberty-Engined Eight-Passenger Carrier of 105 m.p.h. Speed
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Official Bulletin of National Aeronautic Association of U.S.A

N.A.A. Organization By courtesy of AVIATION the National Aeronautic Association of U.S.A. is permitted to present to its members and to the public-at-large, the roster of the Officers, Governors, and Committee Members of the National Headquarters and the nine Districts throughout the country.

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Recent Aircraft Engine Development

From the Administrative Report of the N.A.C.A.
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Army and Navy Air News

Air Service
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London—Berlin Airway Service Proposed

First German Civil Airplane Lands in England
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Successful Helicopter Trials at Mccook Field

The de Bothezat Helicopter Lifts 3600 Lb. with 170 Hp.
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Editorials

The Civil Aeronautics Act of 1923

THOSE who, with growing anxiety, have been watching the apathy of Congress with respect to federal air legislation, will find considerable comfort in the bill known as the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1923 which Representative Winslow introduced in the House.
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Italian Air Routes

In view of the renewed activity which the Italian aeronautical world is experiencing under the impulsion of the fascista government, three of whose members are airmen, the following notes on Italian air routes are of interest. Italy is a mountainous country; besides, it is very small in size compared with the United States.
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Editorials

Our Foreign Contemporaries

THE French and English aeronautical press are to be congratulated on the issues they have published at the time of the Paris Aero Show. L’Aéronautique for December has all the appearance of one of the special editions of our automobile press, containing as it does two hundred pages of text and advertising.
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New York-Newport Seaplane Service

New Yorkers who spend their vacations at Newport have oversubscribed funds for establishing a seaplane service for week-end trips next summer, according to the Boston Evening Transcript. Vincent Astor and T. Suffern Tailer are in charge of the project.

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