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May 16, 1927

Aircraft Manufacturers

NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS

American Aircraft Industry Holds Successful Aircraft Display

THE GIRLS

The Flier’s Aspects of Aerography Forecasting

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Aircraft Manufacturers

The Advance Aircraft Company barely needs introduction, so wide have been the uses to which Waco airplanes have been put in all forms of civil and commercial flying in this country, and abroad in the Central and South Americas. The Waco Nine with Curtiss OX-5 engine has created a name for itself unsurpassed by any other machine of its class and more of these planes are in use throughout the country than of any other post-war design of commercial machine.
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS

American Aircraft Industry Holds Successful Aircraft Display

Pan-American Delegates View Products of Industry. Commission Considers South American Air Control

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THE GIRLS

The Flier’s Aspects of Aerography Forecasting

The Various Instruments and Methods Used by Pilots and Their Relative Values in Weather F orecasting

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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS

Nungesser and Coli Missing in Atlantic Flight Attempt

Notable French Fliers Unsuccessful in Attempt to Span Atlantic, Paris-New York, in Levasseur Plane. Bellanca Plane Prepares for Early Start.

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UNITED STATES AIR FORCES

United States Air Forces

The Army Air Corps recently completed for the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey an aerial photographic project covering the east and west coasts of the southern portion of Florida, in the course of which approximately 1284 sq. mi. of territory was photographed in a total flying time of 68 hr., 40 min.
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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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PUBLISHER'S NEWS LETTER

Publisher's News Letter

What may be considered as the opening of the flying season took place in Washington during the Display sponsored by the Department of Commerce and the Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce. The exhibition which was primarily for the entertainment and interest of the visitors from the countries to the south of us should set a precedent.
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Editorials

Editorials

ONE OF THE most important aeronautical events of the year has been scheduled for June 27 to July 11. During these dates the third annual airplane reliability tour, to be known this year as the National Air Tour of 1927, is to visit many of the principal cities of the East and Middle West in its three thousand or more miles of cross-country flying.
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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS

Pilots Discuss Rules for 1927 Reliability Tour

Eastern Cities to be Included in Route to Start From Detroit. Stick and Unstick Tests to Stay

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NEWS ARTICLES AND ITEMS

Lieut. Barner Establishes Seaplane Record

Lieut. James B. Barner, U. S. N., flying the Vought “Corsair” observation plane which recently added two other records to those held by the United States, established on April 30 a new World’s speed record for seaplanes carrying a load of 500 kg. or 1,102 lb.
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