In Partnership With

November 7, 1927

Conducting a Flying School

The San Francisco Airport

Fuel Tests on the Fairchild Cam Engine

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Conducting a Flying School

ONE OF the first essentials in learning to fly is absolute confidence in the construction, and therefore safety, of the plane in which the student is to take his instruction, according to officials of the Alexander Aircraft Company, Denver, Colo.

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The San Francisco Airport

Mills Field, Which is Municipally Owned, is Rated as One of the Best Illuminated Airports in the World

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Fuel Tests on the Fairchild Cam Engine

Flights Made in Waco 10 to Determine Engine Endurance Possibilities

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The "Flamingo” Biplane

German Training and Stunting Airplane is Powered With a Siemens-Halske Engine

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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Springfield, Mass.

Considerable agitation has been promoted by Chambers of Commerce and the New England council recently in behalf of the aircraft industry. These organizations have been strenuously attempting to arouse the manufacturers of this section of the country to the opportunities offered by the aircraft field for expansion of existing plants along new lines and for the development of new plants to meet the aircraft market demand.

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The Keystone "Pronto"

K-55 to be Used on Peruvian Airline and Will be Equipped With Landing Gear and Pontoons

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American Eagle Production

Output Has Been More Than Doubled Since Last Spring and Further Increase is Planned

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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Winston-Salem, N. C.

So far as Winston-Salem is concerned, the tour of Col. Charles A. Lindbergh has served its purpose, and proved a blessing. His tour is responsible for this city obtaining one of the most modern municipal airports in the South, and his actual visit here is responsible for an action that assures the permanency of the airport.

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German Aircraft Firm Builds Commercial Transport Plane

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UNITED STATES AIR FORCES

Some interesting comparison tests were recently made between the new LB-5 and the NBS-1 under the direction of Lieut. Odas Moon, Air Corps, who is attached to the 20th Bombardment Squadron, Langley Field, Va., for this particular work. A climb test was performed with Lieutenant Moon flying the LB-5 and Lieut. A. H. Johnson and Lieut. Ward J. Davies each flying an NBS-1.
October 311927 November 141927