December 30, 1946

Headline News Section

Pearson Heads C-w Airplane Division

TRANSPORT

National to Ask for Fare Increase

Headline News Section

New Helicopter Council Maps Future of Rotary Wing Aircraft

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Headline News Section

Pearson Heads C-w Airplane Division

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TRANSPORT

National to Ask for Fare Increase

Sentiment for raising the current 4½-cents-a-mile airline passenger fare is slated to pass from the discussion stage to action this week when National Airlines asks CAB approval for a tariff instituting a 5-cent rate, effective February 1.
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Headline News Section

New Helicopter Council Maps Future of Rotary Wing Aircraft

Lawrence Bell heads group charting long range program for development of helicopters unique characteristics.

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THE AVIATION NEWS

Washington Observer

AIA PULLS OUT OF ATA ADS—There is another reason Air Transport Association’s budget may be lower in 1947: Aircraft Industries Association, which for years has contributed sizably to ATA’s annual advertising budget, won’t do it any more. Nor will AIA aid any other group’s ad program, hereafter.
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FIXED BASE OPERATIONS

Ohio Court Decision Menaces Future of Private Flying Fields

Judge rules planes are trespassing when below CAA minimum altitudes; grants injunction against operations from two airports near Akron.
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FIXED BASE OPERATIONS

Briefing for Dealers and Distributors

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SPECIAL AIR SERVICES

Cab Set to Throw Spotlight on Freight Forwarding Field

Sixty companies slated to submit exhibits next month for largest economic proceeding in Board history; major revelations may wait until hearing now scheduled for Feb. 17.

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TRANSPORT

Gael Sullivan Offered Post as Head of Air Cargo, Inc.

Airline program to expand freight business faces delays on several fronts; CAB decision on tariffs awaited.

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TRANSPORT

Feeder Lines Will Get $3,007,308 Mail Pay

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PRODUCTION

New Products

Said to cook foods in a few seconds, which under normal conditions take many minutes or even hours, the Raytheon Radarange, made by Raytheon Mfg. Co., Waltham, Mass., was demonstrated recently at a press show in New York. Based on the magnetron tube, heart of all wartime radar, the new electronic range can grill frankfurters on a roll in 8 seconds or bake biscuits in 29 seconds.
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