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November 21, 1927

Flying through Fog and Night

AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Boston, Mass.

PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER

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Flying through Fog and Night

An Analysis of Problems that Confront the Air Mail Pilot

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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Boston, Mass.

Aviation business is becoming competitive in Buston. In a few days announcement of the opening of a down-town office for the selling of aerial services, instruction, etc. is to be made by the Dennison Aircraft Company at Atlantic. John Bagley, at present with Air Service of New England, Inc., is to be in charge.

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PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER

After a very hurried trip to the aeronautical centers of Europe, it will probably be of interest to the readers of AVIATION to receive a few of the impressions gained at first hand by one who is usually regarded as representing the group who read this paper every week.
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A "Flying Schoolhouse”

Goodyear-Zeppelin Corp. Engineers Design Craft for Training Military or Commercial Crews

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The Mohawk "Pinto”

A Full Cantilever Low Wing Monoplane Powered With a Detroit Air-Cat 60 Hp. Engine

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The Arens Control

A Control Mechanism Designed to Replace Bell Cranks And Yet be Light, Positive and Reliable

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Side Slips

According to the news, the group of prominent aviators who flew the Atlantic this last summer, including Colonel Lindbergh, Commander Byrd, Schlee, Brock and Chamberlin, are to meet in Washington for the purpose of correcting the “errors and misstatements” appearing in a report “Analysis of Weather Conditions on Recent Trans-Atlantic Flights” written by two Navy officers.

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The Douglas T2D-1

All Duralumin Three Purpose Convertible Navy Plane Powered With Two Wright “Cyclone” Engines

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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Oklahoma City, Okla.

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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Hartford, Conn.

Maj. Gen. Morris B. Payne left Brainard Field in one of the 43rd Division’s PT-1 planes with Captain Fleet as pilot, for a cross-country trip to Albany. General Payne had to resort to a plane after having missed a train and subsequently having a breakdown in a motor car.

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