In Partnership With

May 2, 1927

The Development of Aviation in South America

The Development of Aviation in South America

The Airport—A Municipal Stepchild

The Airport—A Municipal Stepchild

The Vought Corsair Naval Airplane

The Vought Corsair Naval Airplane

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The Development of Aviation in South America

The Development of Aviation in South America

Latin American Countries Present Favorable Conditions For Air Development. Governments Are Receptive To Air Progress

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The Airport—A Municipal Stepchild

The Airport—A Municipal Stepchild

Western Municipalities Take Cognizance of Growth of Commercial Aviation And Plan Airport Projects Aggregating Approximately $8,000,000

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The Vought Corsair Naval Airplane

The Vought Corsair Naval Airplane

A Two-Place Convertible Observation-Fighter with Single Seater Characteristics and Performance

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Pratt & Whitney Hornet Engine Successfully Passes Navy Fifty Hour Type Test

Pratt & Whitney Hornet Engine Successfully Passes Navy Fifty Hour Type Test

New Air-Cooled Radial on Test Develops 525 hp. and Weighs 1.28 lb. per Horse Power Installed. Likeness of Engine to Well-Known Wasp Type Enables Ready Interchange in Aircraft.

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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS

Final Information on the Aircraft Display, Washington, May 2-6, 1927

FROM THE tentative program and the list of names on the various committees, which are printed below, it will be seen that the All-American Aircraft Display has shaped itself into a comprehensive survey of the American Aircraft Industry.
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The Bellanca Monoplane - Holder of the World Endurance Record

A Detailed Description of the Plane which Remained in the Air Over 51 hr. and Will Attempt the Atlantic

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FOREIGN AERONAUTICAL NEWS NOTES

Foreign Aeronautical News Notes

By Special Arrangement with the Automotive and Transportation Divisions, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce

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The Close of a Great Achievement

Conclusion of the Pan-American Flight of the Air Corps Loening Amphibians Marks Outstanding Flying Event of Year

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Editorials

Editorials

THE NECESSITY for letting government contracts out through a system of public competitive bidding has, unfortunately, proved necessary as a result of long experience, and, apparently, there is no other method which will convince the public that no influence or favoritism is being shown in the allocation of contracts.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Boston, Mass.

Colonial Air Transport, Inc., carried pay passengers over the night air mail run to Hadley Field for two weeks until the single-engine planes replaced the tri-engine transport on the line. Men, women, children, old and young made the trips and the company officials were delighted with the interest shown by the Boston public.

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