In Partnership With

January 2, 1928

Looking Back at 1927

1927 Commercial Production

Radio Direction Finding

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Looking Back at 1927

A Resume of Airplane Activities During the Greatest Year in the History of American Aeronautics

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1927 Commercial Production

Total Estimated at 1653 With Advance Aircraft Go. Heading List of 103 Manufacturers With 454 Planes

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Radio Direction Finding

An Important Item in Aircraft Navigation that Warrants Careful Consideration of Airline Operators

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And What of 1928 ?

Continued Development of All Phases of Aviation, Particularly Airports and Engines Will Make for Year of Prosperity

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American Aircraft Products and Foreign Markets

Large Increase in Exports Shows That Profitable Outlets Exist

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MANUFACTURERS' SPECIFICATIONS ON AMERICAN COMMERCIAL AIRPLANES AND SEAPLANES AS COMPILED BY AVIATIONS

THE TABLE BELOW IS BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE BUT AVIATION DOES NOT ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE FIGURES GIVEN Advance Aircraft Co Alexander Aircraft Corp. Alexander Aircraft Corp. American Eagle Aircraft Co. Atlantic Aircraft Corp. Atlantic Aircraft Corp. Atlantic Aircraft Corp.
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UNITED STATES AIR FORCES

The War Department has authorized the organization of the first Air Corps Band, to be stationed at France Field, Panama Canal Zone. This band will have a strength of 28 men, the uniform strength of Army bands. Wilford G. Archambeault was appointed a Warrant Officer, band leader, and ordered to France Field for duty.
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Foreign Aeronautical News Notes

By Special Arrangement with the Transportation Division, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce

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PUBLISHER’S NEWS LETTER

At the beginning of a new year there is always a temptation to make resolutions that are soon shelved. Old habits and routine once more become dominant. And then after several such attempts, the procedure becomes more or less of a humorous incident and is commonly so regarded.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRWAYS

Philadelphia, Pa.

With four passengers and a heavy load of baggage, Robert P. Hewitt, manager of field operations, for the Ludington Flying Service, Philadelphia Airport, left Bolling Field recently at 3:30 P.M., and arrived here at 4:45, making the trip in 1 hr., 15 min.

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