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June 1, 1938

Trams-Canada Rubs The Lamp

Legal Horizons

Gliding Into the Airport

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Trams-Canada Rubs The Lamp

THERE’S BIG-LEAGUE AIR TRANSPORT HISTORY in the making across the Canadian border these days. Most of it is as hard to believe as a phone call on April Fools’ Day telling you you’ve just won the Sweepstakes. At least it is just about that incredible if you have been brought up on the trial-and-error, rush-it-through tradition of our own air lines.

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Legal Horizons

Aviation in America is in danger of overregulation. It is important now to survey the legal situation and chart a course for the logical development of the air laws of the future.

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Gliding Into the Airport

AMONG THE MANY ITEMS of airplane performance which seem to be growing in importance is that dealing with the landing characteristics of such craft. Only recently the Department of Commerce sounded a note of warning concerning the likelihood of many large airports being removed from the regular scheduled stops of the major airlines.

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Aviation's Operators Corner

Tagging the Bases with

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THE AVIATION NEWS

Congress Gets to Work on Air Law

WELL, AT LONG LAST, the American aeronautical industry can paste May, 1938 in its hat up along side of its other major turning-point dates. Both houses of Congress finally have seen their way clear to passage of bills designed to stabilize the foundations and clarify the control of air transport and with it the whole field of civil flying.
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What's Wrong with Car ?

EXCERPTS FROM A LETTER TO MEMBERS OF THE SOUTHWEST PLANNING CONFERENCE

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THE AVIATION NEWS

Logging the Lines

Air Transport Drift Sights

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THE AVIATION NEWS

As Others Fly It

A Birdseye-View of Aviation Abroad

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Flying Equipment

G-100 Wright Cyclones

With Two Speed Supercharger and Chandler-Groves Carburetor Released for Export

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THE AVIATION NEWS

Spot Landings

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