In Partnership With

March 1, 1932

Production and Licensing

Schools, Services, and Miscellaneous Flying

Foreign Activities

118119

Production and Licensing

Who owns all the planes? And when will they buy more?

112113

Schools, Services, and Miscellaneous Flying

How much flying? And What kind?

136137

Foreign Activities

How do Europe and America compare?

130131

Military and Naval

American operations and world standards of air power

106107

Air Mail

The Watres Act in its workings

108109

Airports and Airways

How many miles to the nearest field—and what's being done there?

102103

Air Transport

How does it progress? And where most rapidly?

128129

Foreign Trade

“What has America to do with abroad?”

152153

NEW VOLUMES FOR THE SHELVES

New Volumes for the Shelves

AFTER twenty years of uninterrupted publication of the annual founded by the late Fred Jane, it is almost superfluous to review it. It has become the standard reference work of the aeronautical world, to which one automatically turns whenever there is occasion to look up the characteristics of European airplanes.
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SIDE SLIPS

Side Slips

ABOUT a year ago, while studying the statistical issue of AVIATION, we came to the realization that some very important statistics were not included, even though the data as it was given, was undoubtedly of great value to the industry. There was plenty of information on such subjects as aircraft and engine production and sales, pilots, students, and mechanics licenses, and operations of airports and airlines.

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