June 1, 1935

Power Control and Schedule-Keeping

Research Symphony

Instrument and Radio Flying


Power Control and Schedule-Keeping

The Pilot’s Viewpoint


Research Symphony

The Langley Philharmonic in Opus No. 10

Instrument and Radio Flying

IF YOU are a pilot and wish to become competent in the type of flying required for S.A.T. rating, your entire training in instrument and radio navigation should be planned along lines that will best qualify you to meet all conditions with which you will be faced in getting through the three hundred and sixty-five different kinds of weather to be found the year around.


Schools, Services, and Airports

Alabama—Tuscaloosa has applied to the State Public Works Board for $369,590 to build an airport. . . . Major Leslie G. Mulger has been active carrying passengers in a Ford Tri-motor from GADSDEN and nearby ports. . . . The Birmingham Aero Club turned out recently for a demonstration of a new pursuit ship by Lieutenant William C. McDonald from Maxwell Field.

Operator's Corner

An exchange of ideas on the problems of the commercial aviation industry

Stainless in Aircraft

Chief engineer of a company whose primary interest for over ten years has been the application of electrically welded stainless steel to airplane construction, Mr. Sutton compares the structural possibilities of that metal with the more familiar light alloys of aluminum


American Bluff, British Bluffer

FOR SOME TIME NOW our esteemed contemporary C. G. G., of The Aeroplane, has been telling his fellow members of the British aircraft industry, and some of them have been relaying the news to us, that at high noon on May-day he would rend the American air transport industry limb from limb.


"You Have to Make Calls

DISPLAYED conspicuously as the caption for a cartoon hanging on my office wall, and inscribed indelibly in the consciousness of my associates and myself is the homely slogan (slightly paraphrased), “You have to make calls if you want to get results.”


Aviation People

The managers of over 25 airports in New York State, gathered on April 30 at the Buffalo Trap and Field Club, formed an association for the interchange of ideas on maintenance, operation, and legislation problems connected with their positions.
News of the Month

A Record in Records

Tomlinson and Bartles take DC-1 on warpath to set eight world marks. Aldrin adds another. Tomlinson also lowers two transcontinental records.
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