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April 11, 1927

From Genoa To Palermo

From Genoa to Palermo

Stinson Detroiters Grow Popular

Stinson Detroiters Grow Popular

NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS

N. A. T. Awarded New York-chicago Contract

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From Genoa To Palermo

From Genoa to Palermo

IN THE first part of this account of flying in Italy the flight from Genoa to Rome was outlined. The first day that we were in Rome, Major Scanlon of the American Air Corps gave me a flight over The Eternal City in a Vought which he kept at Centocelli Airdrome of the Royal Italian Air Force near Rome.

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Stinson Detroiters Grow Popular

Stinson Detroiters Grow Popular

Popularity of Cabin-type Plane Increases. Private Owners Use their Planes for Cross-Country Tours

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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS

N. A. T. Awarded New York-chicago Contract

Post Office Dept. to Relinquish New York-Chicago Service July 1. North American Airways and Colonial Airways Bids Lose. Charles Evans Hughes Comments Upon P.M.G.’s Action.

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The Problems of Flying in Colombia

The Problems of Flying in Colombia

THE MAGDALENA River in Colombia has no less importance to this South American republic than the Nile has to Egypt or the Amazon to Brazil. Bogota, the capital of Colombia, as well as all the other inland cities of Colombia, have a single means of communication with the outside world, namely, the Magdalena River.

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America’s Answer to England’s Lightplane Clubs

Harvard Flying Club Leads Way to Extensive Collegiate Aviation Activities. Owns Travel Air

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UNITED STATES AIR FORCES

United States Air Forces

Air Corps Room at N. Y. U. The Air Corps room in the new Daniel Guggenheim Aeronautical Building is fast nearing completion, according to Lieut. Frederick M. Hopkins, head of the Air Corps activities at New York University. This room is the headquarters of the Air Corps, and here will be delivered all the lectures on aviation that deal with the R. O. T. C. in this college.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Boston, Mass.

The Massachusetts American Legion aviation commission’s bill was redrafted Friday, March 25, by the Legion and went to its last reading in the House. It was expected to pass its three readings in the Senate after being reported out by Senate Ways and Means this week.

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PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER

Publisher’s News Letter

Two major changes in aircraft since the War have been used by those who are seeking to demonstrate the safety of flying as great advances. We refer to metal construction and multi engine power plants. Both undoubtedly, have created a very favorable impression on the public mind but with this change there have come certain dangers that should be considered.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Detroit, Mich.

The most popular side trip from Detroit for those who fly seems to be Los Angeles. Several weeks ago John Duval Dodge and his pilot started for South Bend, Indiana, in Mr. Dodge’s Stinson-Detroiter, but before landing again upon the native heath, made a slight detour taking in cities in Texas, California and points between.

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Editorials

The South American Market

DURING 1926, the exports of aeronautical equipment from the United States totaled over $1,038,000 of which sum a large part was for equipment exported to the Latin Americas. Yet, compared with the demand for aircraft in the South, a demand which has very greatly increased during the past year, this figure is small.
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