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November 7, 1949

Headline News

Scheduled Lines Take Coach Leadership

Headline News

What Congress Did on Air Power

Headline News

Foreign Arms Aid Gets Go-ahead

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Headline News

Scheduled Lines Take Coach Leadership

New transcontinental service to offer more seats than nonskeds.

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Headline News

What Congress Did on Air Power

Appropriations increased for most agencies, research program authorized, but 70-group bill bogged down.

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Headline News

Foreign Arms Aid Gets Go-ahead

President signs bill to aid non-Communist states; aviation share is $135,289,975. Mutual defense missions told.

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Headline News

Trouble Ahead?

Executive slash of military plane funds may start congressional row.

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

New Propulsion Factors Analyzed

NACA jet, rocket research at Lewis Lab stresses design, operation details at high altitudes and speeds.

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Czechs Reveal New Civil Planes

National factories produce twin-engine 4-5 place Aero 45 and 2-seat Hodek 101 powered by 105 Walters.

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PRODUCTION

Airwork Thrives on Overhauls

East Coast firm stakes its future on handling plane engines exclusively on a production-line basis.

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AIR TRANSPORT

Air Freight Gets New Sales Punch

Forwarders broadening field of potential customers, but selling arguments differ from those of airlines.

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EDITORIAL

Keep Those Air Shows Safe

Thanks to the aviation editor of the “Boston Traveler,” Robert Sibley, we have a first-hand report of a safe and sane air show in Worcester, Mass., that is a happy contrast to the antiquated thrill exhibition that never will do aviation any good.

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STRICTLY PERSONAL

Strictly Personal

CONTINENTAL’S MILE HIGH CLUB? One of our faithful Strictly Personal spies who bores within Continental Air Lines’ publicity department, Irene Styz, quotes Eldon Brown in the flight service department on this one: A gentleman recently boarded a flight at Kansas City, and upon arriving in Denver, ye Mile High City, walked off and left his crutches on the plane.

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