In Partnership With

November 10, 1928

Marking Our Airports and Airways

Air Mail and Transport in Australia

Dressing Up Aviation

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Marking Our Airports and Airways

AMONG the many urgent problems awaiting the aviation engineer is that of establishing and maintaining constant communication between the airman and the terrain over which he passes. Commercial aviation has developed so rapidly that the proper and adequate marking of airports, emergency landing fields, and air routes has necessarily lagged far behind the requirements.

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Air Mail and Transport in Australia

AIR mail and transport service in Australia is but seven years old. In those seven years, however, extremely rapid progress has been made. There are now three companies, operating planes on regular schedules over routes which cover a total of 4,200 mi.

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Dressing Up Aviation

A Discussion of Showmanship as Applied to Aircraft Operation and How it Will Increase Public Confidence

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The California Aircraft Operators' Association

INDIVIDUAL operators of commercial aircraft throughout the country, for some time, have been combatting the problems of operation, those of cost finding, and those of determining the relative values of various types of ground and flying equipment, as well as the many other difficulties, which it is almost impossible for any one organization to solve unaided.

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The Velie Model L-9

Velie Motors Corp. Starts Production on a New Nine Cylinder Radial Air Cooled Engine Developing 180 Hp. at 1900 R.P.M.

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Airmaster Monoplanes

Ohio Aero Mfg. Corp. Soon to Start Production on Two New Models One Carrying Two and the Other Three Passengers

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EDITORIALS

Air Races

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NEWS SECTION

Nine Companies in Consolidation

Universal Aviation Corp. to Render All Types of Service

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SIDE SLIPS

Side Slips

This presidential election business is now all over and out of the way. It certainly has been annoying, these last few months, to have to turn to the second or third pages of the newspapers for our aviation news. Before he left on his recent hunting trip, Colonel Lindbergh wrote a note, which was broadcast by the Republican press, stating that he was for Mr. Hoover and considered his election extremely important.

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NEWS SECTION

Lieutenant Pond Tests Amphibian

New Craft is Powered With Two 150 hp. Comet Engines

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