In Partnership With

August 9, 1930

Washington ; Laws and Regulations

New Air Mail Bids Advertised

Finance

Aviation and the Business Cycle

Industrial

Aero Production and Sales Increase

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Washington ; Laws and Regulations

New Air Mail Bids Advertised

Stipulations Complicate Plans of Prospective Bidders

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Finance

Aviation and the Business Cycle

AN INDUSTRY which, up to 48 months ago, had made so little demand upon both the individual consumer’s and investor’s funds, could hardly be expected to feel, more than remotely, the great cyclical swings of trade and commerce. Vet the aeronautical industry’s swift and recent entrance into the commercial field has unquestionably altered its previous isolation and sheltered protection from such major movements.
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Industrial

Aero Production and Sales Increase

Airplanes Sold Exceed 1930 Construction Figures

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Lines, Services, Traffic

Line Asks Patrons to Write Opinions

American Airways Makes Good Use of Letters

23

Flights and Records

Complete Repairs on R-100 Fin After Atlantic Crossing

Mend Fabric Injury Sustained by the Ship During 78 Hr. 52 Min. Flight From Cardington

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Watching the News Go By

Watching the News Go By

Mr. A.B. of New York is glad to call our attention to an item in a contemporary aeronautical magazine which shows that scrupulous honesty may soon be characteristic not only of aeronautical advertising but of the aviation news reports as well.

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Airports and Operation Bases

Airport Construction

Central: Selection of one of the three sites now under consideration for a municipal airport at Sheboygan, Mich., is expected to be made by the City Manager shortly. South: Dickinson Island, recently developed by Island Airport, Inc., has been connected with the mainland of Knoxville by a two-way wooden bridge.
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Industrial

Young Discusses Industry’s Condition

Notes Commercial Solidity On Return From 4 Week Trip

45

Meets, Tours, Derbies

Cirrus Derby Won By Gehlbach

Bayles and Meyers Next; Seven Others Complete Race

67

Industrial

Report on New Members and Activities of A. C. of C.

NEW YORK—At the recent semi-annual meeting of the Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce Board of Governors, applications of the following new members were approved, thus raising the membership total to 1,013. Class A—Boeing Air Transport, Brunner-Winkle Aircraft Corp., Pacific Air Transport, and James D. Willson and Company; Class B—Engineers Aircraft Corp., and Northrup Aviation Corp. ; Class C—Aircraft Radio Corp., Boeing Field, City of Utica Airports, Comfort Printing Specialty Co., Fort Wayne Board of Aviation Commissioners, Penn School of Aviation, Sacramento City Airport, Tacoma Field, and Wings Corporation of Philadelphia; Associate—Aero Club of Pittsburgh and National Lumber Manufacturers’ Association ; Sustaining—Paul W. Pennrock, Geo. W. Haskins, Harold R. Oppenheimer, W. Harold Taylor, Grace E. Koerner, Bradley Jones, Robert L. Spencer, Godfrey L. Cabot, P. C. Rodey, Carl F. Egge, Karl W. Stinson, J. S. Newell, John M. Foster, Everett O. Waters, Herbert F. Dunn, Frederick B. Barns, H. R. Grumann, Col. H. P. Harding, Mason S. Chace, Geo. B. Connor, F. E. Schnepfe, Evans G. Valens, Cyril McNear, J. S. Jolly, O. H. Kollock.
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