In Partnership With

December 19, 1927

The Second National Aeronautics Conference

AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Los Angeles, Calif.

The Air Cooled Liberty Engine

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The Second National Aeronautics Conference

Large Attendance and Frank Discussion Features Five Day Meeting

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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Los Angeles, Calif.

The Los Angeles-Phoenix-Tucson passenger and freight air line, recently opened by the Aero Corporation of California, is the first link in a service that will later be extended to Dallas, Tex., to connect with the N.A.T. service and complete the first transcontinental airline via the southern route.

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The Air Cooled Liberty Engine

V-1410 Developed by the Allison Engineering Co. With the Army Air Corps

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The D.H. "Tiger Moth"

British Experimental Monoplane Flies 186.5 M.P.H. at an Altitude of 20,000 Ft. and Lands at 60 M.P.H.

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FOREIGN AERONAUTICAL NEWS NOTES

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

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Commercial Plane Manufacturers Discuss Idea of Forming Group

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PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER

The subject of airports is being considered by so many cities that it is perhaps timely to indicate the newer tendencies to be observed in the European development. As here, practically all of the fields of Europe have passed through two of the three stages of progress.
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$83-487,212 Direct Appropriations Are Indicated By 1928-29 Budget

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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Oklahoma City, Okla.

C. E. Fleming, of Kansas City, division manager of the National Air Transport Co., was in Oklahoma City recently and conferred with several business firms in the interest of additional use of the air mail. He pointed out to the men that the night air mail service would be established here in the spring as soon as intermediate landing fields could be equipped along the Chicago-Dallas air line and as soon as the beacon light system between cities is completed.

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Brig. Gen. Benjamin D. Foulois

New Assistant Chief of Air Corps Has Had a Brilliant and Distinguished Career

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