April 22, 1946

SPECIAL AIR SERVICES

Passenger Committee Report Sets Institute Policies

SPECIAL AIR SERVICES

Demand for Caa, Cab Regulation Highlights Non-scheduled Meeting

Perplexing Air Show Problem Well on Way to Settlement

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SPECIAL AIR SERVICES

Passenger Committee Report Sets Institute Policies

The report of the Passenger Committee of the Institute of Air Transportation established the policy of the Institute’s first national meeting in New York last week. Because of its importance to both scheduled and non-scheduled air transport, the report is abstracted for readers of AVIATION NEWS. Hobart Cook, president of Transmarine Airways, presented the report as chairman of the Committee.
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SPECIAL AIR SERVICES

Demand for Caa, Cab Regulation Highlights Non-scheduled Meeting

100 representatives attending New York City session break all precedents, press for action to win official recognition of new industry; petition to Board now being prepared.
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Perplexing Air Show Problem Well on Way to Settlement

Industry groups now are developing national pattern, clearly defining various classifications of meets and displays, and ironing out question of sanctioning them.

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PERSONNEL

Smith Succeeds Sewall as President of Aos

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TRANSPORT

Cab Members Are Highly Critical of North Atlantic Rate Agreement

Subject PAA, AA and TWA representatives to searching cross-examination on whether U. S. participants pressed for low-fare principle in face of foreign carriers’ policy.

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TRANSPORT

Presidential Action Anticipated to Forestall Twa Pilots’ Strike

Expected to appoint emergency board to prevent interruption of commerce; walkout, set for this week, would be first in ALPA’s 16 years of existence.

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PRIVATE FLYING

Cab Due to Revamp Method of Investigating Air Accidents

Anticipated increase, due to growing use of airplanes for transportation, plus growing demands for Board’s attention to other matters, are factors in development of new policy.
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FINANCIAL

Survey Views Aircraft Industry as Sustaining Force in Economy

Study by Standard & Poor’s lists it in "Growth” category but sees early commitments as speculative; spectacular airline expansion forecast, with profits outlook less optimistic.
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Industry Observer

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TRANSPORT

Bermuda-type Aviation Agreements Attacked By Senate Committee

Commerce votes 17-1 to adopt resolution asserting bilateral executive pacts are illegal and unconstitutional; President is expected to request Attorney General for ruling.
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