September 6, 1943

THE AIR WAR

U. S. Leads World in Radial Engines; New V-Type Liquid Designs Near

THE AVIATION NEWS

Washinton Observer

Personnel

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THE AIR WAR

U. S. Leads World in Radial Engines; New V-Type Liquid Designs Near

Navigator, in review of Allies’ and Axis’ power plants, warns of advanced developments in German craft.

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THE AVIATION NEWS

Washinton Observer

AIR POWER—For a man who has had such opportunities to observe the potency of air power at close range, Brendan Bracken, British Minister of Information, shows a strange reaction. He actually discounts air power as a decisive factor in winning the war.
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Personnel

Washington Chapter of the National Office Management Assn. has elected Ray G. Lochiel, treasurer and comptroller of PennsylvaniaCentral Airlines, as president. He is also currently president of the Airline Financing & Accounting Conference.
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Aviation—a Progress Report

The Lessons of War Become the Key to a Richer Peace
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TRANSPORT

Twa Filing for Foreign Routes; Reports Over 1,000 Ocean Flights

Request to CAB for Los Angeles-Honolulu service says other international applications will be ready soon.

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Aviation News

Cab Defines Its Control Over Lines Owned By Ground Carriers

Holds jurisdiction only if stock ownership has increased since passage of Civil Aeronautics Act.
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FINANCIAL

Analysis of Transcontinental Lines Shows Best Record Made By United

Important increases shown in all departments by Big Three carriers for first half of 1943, with express traffic leading.

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TRANSPORT

Shortlines

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TRANSPORT

CAB Simplifies Regulations for New Route Applications

Extends time for filing of interventions but orders separation of petitions for domestic and foreign service.
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AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION

Monthly Heavy Bomber Production Triples Rate of 8 Months Ago

August manufacturing survey shows big gains over July in all plants except Willow Run, with national output well over 700.
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