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September 22, 1969

22 Mars options key to 1971 budget

Advanced Space Station Concepts Crystallizing

Business Flying

Cl-215 Proves Rugged, Dependable in Water Bomber Role

Air Transport

Fare Increase Tied to Interline Changes

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Advanced Space Station Concepts Crystallizing

North American moves toward full-scale mockup of spacecraft aimed for 1975 launch; five-module vehicle proposed by NASA

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Business Flying

Cl-215 Proves Rugged, Dependable in Water Bomber Role

Montreal—Canadair CL-215, the first aircraft designed primarily as a water bomber for fighting fires in remote areas, proves itself in flight to be rugged and dependable, yet easy to fly with an excess of lift capacity. Although an anachronism, as a piston engine-powered flying boat, the CL-215 has optimum performance for its intended role.

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Air Transport

Fare Increase Tied to Interline Changes

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Business Flying

Lear Jet Sets Output Goals on Helicopter

Wichita, Kan.—Lear Jet Industries, Inc., is counting on a rapidly developing corporate helicopter market—one which will rise to 5,000 units by 1980—to permit it to become a major rotary-wing manufacturer without relying on military business.
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Mars Options Key to 1971 Budget

Space Task Group offers President three choices for planetary landing in this century; goal of 1986 recommended by chairman

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Scientists Seek Advanced Mars Sensors

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Avionics

Electron Beam Recorder Developed

System to record analog signals on photographic film offers frequency range ten times wider than magnetic tape systems

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Air Transport

Flying Tiger Inaugurates Pacific Service

Los Angeles—Flying Tiger Line inaugurated six-times-a-week commercial cargo flights from the U.S. West Coast to Japan by the Great Circle route Sept. 14, opening a program of Southeast Asia route expansions which the carrier hopes will increase its revenues by $40 million next year (AW&ST Sept. 15, p. 45).
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Air Transport

Nixon User Tax Program Could Face Court Testing

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More Questions on Lunar Origins Raised By Latest Sample Analysis

Washington—Geological and chemical composition of the moon now that man has analyzed samples is prompting—as anticipated—more questions about lunar origins. The questions could have a significant impact on plans to explore the moon further with manned Apollo flights.
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