October 28, 1946

SPECIAL AIR SERVICES

Nonscheduled Operators Ponder Landis Warning at Clinic

PRODUCTION

Aircraft Industry Has Sharp Eye on November Election Returns

TRANSPORT

Joint Terminal Group Plans New Operation

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SPECIAL AIR SERVICES

Nonscheduled Operators Ponder Landis Warning at Clinic

CAB head cautions carriers against skimming cream of luxury trade without providing dependable public service.
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PRODUCTION

Aircraft Industry Has Sharp Eye on November Election Returns

Drastic cuts in national defense budget will affect procurement that now means difference between profit and loss for backbone of manufacturing strength.

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TRANSPORT

Joint Terminal Group Plans New Operation

Washington National Airport is the likely third site for experiments in consolidated airline terminal service by the newly formed Airlines Terminal Corp., which is preparing to launch the cooperative venture at Willow Run airport, Detroit, and Greater Cincinnati airport, Kenton County, Ky.
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TRANSPORT

Air Cargo Carriers Seeking to Stake Vast Freight Claim

CAB hearing exhibits reveal expansion plans for leading contract carriers on scale of major airline operations; see 80,000,000 ton-mile-years.

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FINANCIAL

Airline Shares Suffer Sharpest Setback in Stock Market Drop

Declines range from 31 to 63% below top 1946 prices as steady four year rise of air securities ends.
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Headline News Section

Twa Pilot Strike Forecasts Wage Pattern for Airlines

Carrier estimates weekly loss at $2,000,000 as dispute forces layoff of 15,000 ground employees; ALPA extends demands to American Airlines on DC-3 flights.

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THE AVIATION NEWS

Washington Observer

PAA’S DOMESTIC BUILD-UP—Pan American’s national ads promising five-hour transcontinental nonstop service next year with new Republic Rainbows won the public’s attention. But PAA dwelt little on the fact that it doesn’t have the routes.
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Headline News Section

Clashes Between Rival Factions Enlivens Final Clinic Sessions

Contract freight carriers and scheduled airlines tangle on CAB regulation; operators and private pilots argue on forced landing practice.

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PRODUCTION

Briefing for Private Flying

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PRIVATE FLYING

Improved Merchandising Answer to Personal Plane Sales—parks

Veteran St. Louis Ercoupe distributor warns against "planless retrenchment" in face of diminishing lightplane market.

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