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December 5, 1927

Metal Wing Spars

Radio, Airplane and Engine

AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Los Angeles, Calif.

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Metal Wing Spars

A Review of Various Types, Some of Which are New And Others that are Already in Use

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Radio, Airplane and Engine

The Need of Cooperation Between Airplane and Engine Builders and the Radio Engineer

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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Los Angeles, Calif.

New cabin planes have been arriving in Los Angeles with such speed and regularity of late, and new passenger airlines are being so rapidly rumored or projected that the local observer who seeks to keep pace with all the developments in the aviation industry hereabouts is in somewhat the same condition as a conscientous little boy at a three ring circus —decidedly pop-eyed.

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Navigating the Ship of the Air

Comparisons in the Art of Navigating Trans-Oceanic Aircraft and Surface Vessels

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FOREIGN AERONAUTICAL NEWS NOTES

Netherland commercial aeronautics have maintained a strong position during the year 1926 despite vigorous competition by companies of other nationalities. The German Luft Hansa, the British Imperial Airways, and other companies maintained international services, but the K.L.M., with all of its services under a well organized management, was able to meet their competition.
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PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER

Congress convenes on the same day as this issue is dated. And it is pleasant to be able to greet the incoming Seventieth Congress with a feeling of confidence that it will be “air minded” to a degree almost bordering on enthusiasm, if such an emotion can ever be ascribed to those who have the power of appropriating money.
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The "Ajax” and "Atlas” Engines

Two Cycle Engines Developing 80 and 120 Horsepower

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I. R. Gates and C. H. Day Form New Aeronautical Corporation

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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Milwaukee, Wis.

A 700 mile air tour of the state conservation department over northern Wisconsin recently aroused much interest here. The tour lasted two days. The “Stanolind”, an eight passenger plane belonging to the Standard Oil Company of Indiana carried, besides Governor Fred R. Zimmerman, conservation commissioner L. B. Nagler, E. M. Dahlberg, of Ladysmith, and William Mauthe, of Fond du Lac.

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Mileage Statistics Airways

Bulletin Gives Map Measurements by Coast and Geodetic Survey

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