July 22, 1946

HEADLINE NEWS

Grounding Constellations Disrupts All International Air Services

HEADLINE NEWS

Research Problem Put to House as Senate Passes Kilgore Bill

HEADLINE NEWS

Twin Engine ’copter Developed By Kellett

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HEADLINE NEWS

Grounding Constellations Disrupts All International Air Services

Early indications that TWA and PAA fires not due to same cause; tests underway with fuel injection systems; no indication that giant transports will be flown until after CAA hearing.

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HEADLINE NEWS

Research Problem Put to House as Senate Passes Kilgore Bill

Patent rights are big issue of industry opposition; plan calls for Presidential appointed board and $15,000 a year administrator.
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HEADLINE NEWS

Twin Engine ’copter Developed By Kellett

Commercial version of military model powered by two Continental 550 HP engines; will cruise at 90 mph, carry 10 passengers.
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HEADLINE NEWS

Stoll New Manager of Bendix Products

Manhart gets top sales post; West resigns as Boeing vice-president.
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HEADLINE NEWS

Half Propeller Failed, Hughes Tells Doctor

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HEADLINE NEWS

Aviation Calendar

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HEADLINE NEWS

Boeing Uses Turbo

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HEADLINE NEWS

Cause of Army Mixmaster Crash Is Undetermined

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SPECIAL AIR SERVICES

Non-scheduled Carriers File Data on Operations with Cab

Caribbean Air Transport nets $40,783 profits in six months period; Lone Star Air Cargo claims $3,498 gain; Air Cargo Transport, Inc. in red.
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TRANSPORT

Expect Cab Ruling on Mail Pay Will Give 25 Cent Rate to Feeders

New lines will need higher rate to break even; present conditions indicate certificate applications painted too rosy pictures of traffic available.
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