September 13, 1954

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National Air Show to Leave Dayton

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Airlines Predict Boom From Travel Credit

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European Airlines Emphasize Comfort

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National Air Show to Leave Dayton

Defense Department wants airpower display to move around U.S.; some authorities want it discontinued.

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Airlines Predict Boom From Travel Credit

Entire industry is expected to set up installment plans in near future, following the lead of Pan American. Salesmen believe the public is conditioned to ‘pay later’ buying, needs to be told what air travel has to offer.

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European Airlines Emphasize Comfort

Comfortable air and ground travel with a minimum of red tape are being given major consideration by European airline and airport authorities. Convenience begins with bus service light to the door of the airplane at London. It carries through to the luxurious bar and restaurant where passengers who have passed government controls await their planes at the Zurich-Kloten Airport in Switzerland.

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New Ag-2 Nears First Flight Test

All-metal Transland spray/duster has the crash-safety features of Ag-1, is designed for good performance.
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New Copters

Bell shows 47G-1 utility craft at Wright-Patterson. Sikorsky flies turborotor XH-39 at Dayton show.
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Turboprop Connie Draws Airline Interest

Airlines are taking a long look at Lockheed Aircraft Corp.’s new turboprop-powered Super Constellation, claimed to be the world’s fastest propeller-driven transport with a design cruise speed of 440 mph. This latest airliner in Lockheed’s Connie series, powered by four Pratt & Whitney T34 engines, made its first flight Sept. 1 at the company’s Burbank, Calif., plant.
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Seaboard Gets First Cargo Super Connies

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Nwa-eal Through Service Proposed

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Hinshaw Warns India on Rejecting Air Pact

Rep. Carl Hinshaw has warned India that the United States is likely to retaliate if U.S. international air operations to that country are curtailed. India has announced it proposes to reject the existing air transport agreement with the U.S., effective Jan. 17, 1955.
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Low-cost Titanium

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