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November 28, 1977

Editorial

The Airlines' Capital Challenge

Air Transport

Concordes Begin Service to N. Y.

Air Transport

Lack of Crews Limits British Service

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Editorial

The Airlines' Capital Challenge

. . . Without this [$60-billion] amount of investment in new equipment, the industry’s efforts to continue to provide a high level of public service will be compromised. Let me point out that airlines provide 80% of intercity public transportation miles within the U. S.
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Air Transport

Concordes Begin Service to N. Y.

New York —Start of scheduled Air France and British Airways Concorde supersonic transport service to New York Nov. 22 marked the beginning of a test of the carriers’ claims that the New York service will give the Concorde the boost it needs to start making a profit.
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Air Transport

Lack of Crews Limits British Service

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No Exemptions

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Management

SALT Technology Transfer Curb Cited

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Management

Budget Unit Asks Caution In Shift to Private Sector

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Management

Key B-1 Funding Vote Slated This Week

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Aeronautical Engineering

Target Drone Design Simulates Cruise Missile

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Management

Claytor Memo Hits Early Data Release

Washington — Navy Secretary W. Graham Claytor, Jr., has warned his staff against disclosure of internal reports in a memorandum related to an investigation into an AVIATION WEEKS SPACE TECHNOLOGY story on Marine Corps/McDonnell Douglas AV-8B program costs, confirming a report in the magazine (AW&ST NOV. 14, p. 13).

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Management

Conquest Certification Review Planned

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