In Partnership With

June 22, 1929

Operating Methods and Policies of Curtiss Flying Service

The Pitcairn Autogiro

Cleveland Prepares for the 1929 National Air Races

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Operating Methods and Policies of Curtiss Flying Service

FORMATION of Curtiss Flying Service, Inc., with headquarters at 25-27 West 57th St., New York, N. Y., is perhaps one of the most interesting developments from a merchandising standpoint that has taken place in the aeronautic industry. This Curtiss organization is nothing more or less than a nation-wide distributing agency, both wholesale and retail, for aircraft engines, supplies and accessories, and half a dozen lines of planes.

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The Pitcairn Autogiro

A Non-Technical Explanation of Its Operation and Performance

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Cleveland Prepares for the 1929 National Air Races

IN PARLORS T and X of the Hotel Cleveland, Cleveland, O., Clifford W. Henderson, assisted by Maj. John Berry, superintendant of the Cleveland municipal airport, and a most competant staff is industriously engaged in the task of making all arrangements for the forthcoming National Air Races and Aeronautical Exposition scheduled to be held August 24 to September 2.

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The Growing Export Market

Aircraft Exports for First Quarter of 1929 Double in Value Those for 1928 Period

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GENERAL NEWS

Briefly

Jacksonville, Fla., has been designated as one of the regular stops for passengers and mail on the proposed New York-Buenos Aires service of the New York-Rio & Buenos Aires line. Preparations are being made for the third annual aviation exposition of Boston next fall or early next spring.
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GENERAL NEWS

Personnel

JAMES H. WALKER has been named instructor with the Curtiss Flying Service school at Oklahoma City. TED LEWIS, formerly with the Royal Flying Corps, has been named operation manager of the Braniff division of the Universal Air Lines in the Southwest.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRLINES

Routes in South Debated at Hearing

Committee Considers Projects for Airways

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Edward P. Warner

EDITOR OF “AVIATION”

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A Declaration of Publishing Policy

THE INTEREST of the McGraw-Hill Publishing Company in aeronautical matters, long apparent to the readers of many of our publications, entered upon a new phase with the recent purchase of AVIATION. With the acquisition of this magazine we became a part of the aeronautical industry, with a direct share in its interests and a responsibility to make our contribution to its welfare.
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AIRPORTS AND AIRLINES

Coasts Linked By Air-Rail Trip

Universal Passengers Complete First Journey

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