April 1, 1931

EDITORIALS

FOR INDUSTRY, A COMPASS AND A CHART

EDITORIALS

DETROIT, 1931

EDITORIALS

AIRPORTS NEED BUSES

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EDITORIALS

FOR INDUSTRY, A COMPASS AND A CHART

THE personnel of the aircraft industry are in the habit of thinking of themselves as a special case, to which no previous experience applies. Many of them men whose business life has been limited to the aeronautical field, and who are still under the spell of the spectacular and violent changes of the last thirteen years, they feel themselves to be apart from the general body of industrial history.
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EDITORIALS

DETROIT, 1931

FOR the first time in several years the industry is in the happy position of being able to focus its attention upon a single show. Last year there were loyal partisans of Detroit who stayed away from St. Louis, and there were enthusiasts for the New York market who ignored Detroit.
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EDITORIALS

AIRPORTS NEED BUSES

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EDITORIALS

TWO YEARS TO GO

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EDITORIALS

I TAKE MINE EASE IN MINE INN

PUBLIC facilities on airports are quite as important as 6,000-ft. runways as an aid to winning steady public patronage. Proper landscaping and provision of facilities for handling holiday crowds helps materially; establishment of first-class restaurants helps a great deal.
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News of the Month

Air Mail inquisition

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News of the Month

Postal Pay, New Style

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News of the Month

Transport Group Reorganizes

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News of the Month

Short Cut Opened for Traffic

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News of the Month

Air Express Gaining

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