In Partnership With

July 1, 1936

Schools, Services, and Airports

"Go Ahead,newark"

Water Won't Burn

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Schools, Services, and Airports

ALABAMA — Asa Rountree, ALABAMA'S assistant director of aeronautics, reports that the Aviation Commission has visited more than 40 towns in the State to make preliminary arrangements for WPA construction work during the next fiscal year. . . . WPA has installed a new 2,400 ft. concrete runway and a 350 ft.
2223

"Go Ahead,newark"

Only by constant watch over all ship movements may traffic be handled safely at busy airports

1819

Water Won't Burn

So its agood idea to keep it out of gesoline

1415

W. P. Airports

What has been accomplished to date in the $120,000,000 program of the Division of Airways and Airports.

2829

A Melting Pot

for new airport ideas

3233

Flying Equipment

Aeroneer 1-B

New two-place all-metal monoplane makes its appearance on the Pacific Coast

5859

Aviation People

Who’s who and what they are doing

7071

AIRPORT EQUIPMENT

Lighting Equipment

2627

A New Formula

How Rhode Island State reconciled the specifications of both airport operator and pilot in a single installation.

7879

AIRPORT EQUIPMENT

Hangar Equipment

THE real problem in the building of hangars is only recently coming into evidence. Heretofore the wing spans of most of our aircraft have been such that there has been no particular difficulty about obtaining structural steel buildings of ordinary industrial types to house them.
June 11936 August 11936