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February 1, 1938

Aviation's Airplane Specification Tables

American Planes and Engines for 1938

1938 Accessories on Parade

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Aviation's Airplane Specification Tables

Manufacturer Abrams Aircraft Corp. Aeronautical Corp. of Ame ica Aeronautical Corp. of America Aeronautical Corp. of America Air Transport Mfg. Co., Ltd Air Transport Mfg. Co., Ltd Air Transport Mfg. Co., Ltd Air Transport Mfq. Co., Ltd
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American Planes and Engines for 1938

Never before have U. S. manufacturers had such a brilliant selection of flying equipment to offer to civil and to military buyers all over the world.

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1938 Accessories on Parade

The manufacturers of accessories and equipment for airplanes, engines, airways and airports have kept pace with the parade of progress in aviation. Herewith a classified directory of manufacturers who supply the gadgets that are necessary for safety and comfort, both in the air and on the ground.
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American Engine Specifications

Manofactorer Model Aeronaotical Corp. of America Aeronantical Corp. of America Aircooled Motors (Franklin) Allison Engrg. Co Arrow Aircraft Corp E-l SC E-l I3CBD AC-150 v-1710-C6 Model F Continental Motors Corp Continental Motors Corp Continental Motors Corp
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Chicago Spreads Her Wings!

"KEEP CHICAGO AHEAD” has been the motto generally adopted by Chicago since its successful A Century of Progress celebration in 1933 and 1934. And Chicago is energetically trying to do just that. In the field of aviation, and that is a most important field for Chicago, it is not so much a matter of keeping Chicago ahead of other cities, as it is keeping the city ahead of aviation itself.

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THE AVIATION NEWS

As Others Fly It

A Birdseye-View of Aviation Abroad

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THE AVIATION NEWS

Aviation in Washington

Separate Commission Spurts into Lead. ICC Still Outside Chance

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Side Slips

Side Slips

IN REGARD to the current fuss over which air line should operate the transAtlantic service which is about to be started, we’re in favor of having them all operate that same route. We’re the type of person who gets in an argument with the conductor and ends it with the crushing statement that hereafter all of our business will go to the competing line.

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THE AVIATION NEWS

Logging the Lines

Ed Musick’s Death a Heavy Blow to Ocean Transport

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THE AVIATION NEWS

Roosevelt Now Urges Air Commission

Swings back to plan rejected in 1935. McCarran changes bills

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