Issue: 19370201

Monday, February 1, 1937
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Aviation
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Jacobs Aircraft Engine Company
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JACOBS AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPANY
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Boeing School Bulletin
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BOEING SCHOOL BULLETIN
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National Tube Company
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NATIONAL TUBE COMPANY
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Wright Aeronautical Corporation
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WRIGHT AERONAUTICAL CORPORATION
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AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0005.xml
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The Dow Chemical Company
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THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
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AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0006.xml
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The Yale & Towns Manufacturing Company
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THE YALE & TOWNS MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0007.xml
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Aluminum Company of America
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Aluminum Company of America
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Boeing
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Boeing
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Chance Vought Aircraft
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CHANCE VOUGHT AIRCRAFT
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masthead
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Aviation
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Contents for Vol. 36, No. 2
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John A. Roebling’s Sons Company
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JOHN A. ROEBLING’S SONS COMPANY
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Flashes
From the Skyways of the World
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UNITED AIR LINES has just placed an order for some 13,000,000 gallons of gasoline with Standard of Indiana, delivery beginning Jan. 1. Some of the boys got out their slide rules, had a little fun. They figured that 13 million gallons would take the average automobile 6,280 times around the earth at the equator, would fuel it for 653 trips to the moon (if anybody wanted to go there).
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Aviation’s Authors
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We have with us this month . . . Daniel Sayre who is well known as a frequent contributor and former member of Aviation's staff. Dan has made a study of the recent changes in British air transport policy and records them here. . . . Charles Ogden Voight has dug up a lot of material around the San Francisco area.
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Stinson Aircraft Corporation
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STINSON AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
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Bendix Products Corporation
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BENDIX PRODUCTS CORPORATION
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Side Slips
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ROBERT OSBORN
UNLESS THE AIRPLANES ARE ABLE TO DO SOMETHING to counteract the publicity from the movies and the newspapers, air transport passengers are going to get the impression that they are riding in the modern equivalent of the stage coach in the wild and woolly days of the west.
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Frontispiece
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CONSTANT supervision of every mechanical detail is the most important element in airline operation. Here a PAA mechanic gives final touches to the engines of a Clipper before departure for the long haul to BA
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Carnival in Manhattan
First Airshow in Seven Years taps a reviving Eastern Market
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STRANGE THINGS BEGAN to happen around Manhattan about a week ago. Patrolman Patrick O'Sullivan, on traffic duty for 20 years at 46th Street and Lexington Avenue, told a weird tale at dinner one night. “Begorrah it almost hit me, that divil’s contraption of an airplane without wings that drives up the street like a taxicab.
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Mainliners for Headliners
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LUXURIOUS New York-Chicago non-stop service was started Jan. 19 by United Air Lines, using 14-passenger Douglas DC-3s, which United has named “Skylounges.” They have normal capacity for 21 passengers, but United has installed only 14 completely swiveling chair seats.
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Britain Bids for New Airways to Conquer
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Daniel Sayre
FOR SOME TEN YEARS the American air transport industry has looked upon its British counterpart as something fine and conscientious, probably as comfortable as the British aviation magazines say it is, but no more susceptible to revolutions of policy than the basic design of Queen Mary’s hats.
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Cubs Onthe Campus
How a fixed base operator and a college flying club got together
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Charles Ogden Voight
JOE DONOVAN gazed wistfully out of his office window at the monotonus bayside flats of the Santa Clara Valley and reached for an aspirin. Here was the kind of flying country one would expect to find in Heaven, with a college full of young men at the very doorstep, and yet not enough business from the combination to keep even a single airplane busy for a day at a stretch.
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The Technique of Water Flying Seaplane Handling
The second of three articles on
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D. J. Brimm
THERE ARE FOUR main types of “disembarking” points which the seaplane pilot is likely to encounter. These are the seaplane ramp, the float, the dock or pier, and the beach. Each of these calls for a different technique. In addition, it is sometimes, though not often, necessary to unload passengers into a boat.
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How Far?
III. the Ultimate Maximum Range of Aircraft
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W. G. Rockefeller
Dr. Norton B. Moore
THE existing official world’s record for straight-line nonstop distance very much belies the maximum range possibilities of several existing airplanes. It has, in fact, been claimed to have been unofficially broken, and could easily be broken by stripping and overloading one of the latest airline transports.
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How Hard Is a Bump?
Accelerometers on Airplanes Tell the Story
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Richard V. Rhode
WHEN the Bureau of Air Commerce set out to make airplane stress analysis safe for the logician, its first move was to replace the arbitrary “factors of safety” on commercial airplanes by loads computed on the assumption that the machine flew suddenly into a vertical gust, sharp-edged and of uniform strength, with the abruptness with which it might have struck the side of a building.
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EDITORIALS
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Eternal Vigilance Is the Price
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J. Q. Public is a Tough Guy, — and can he take it ! Day after day the highways of the land are strewn with his mangled corpses — about 35,000 a year, — and every day he tosses legs and arms into roadside ditches with reckless abandon. But when it comes to airplanes, Old John is a bit of a Softy. Quite all right for Uncle Bill, Aunt Min, the Kids and the Pup to be scooped up and brought home in a basket after a friendly brush with a coal truck on Route 6.
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EDITORIALS
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Autogiro Application
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AVIATION HAS ALWAYS FELT that rotating wing aircraft should not be judged solely against standards set by conventional types. Although autogiros probably can never compete on grounds of high speed and extreme range, they do have peculiar capabilities and may be fitted into specialized jobs that the airplane can never handle effectively.
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EDITORIALS
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Maintenance Award
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FOR MANY YEARS AVIATION has been actively interested in problems of air line (and other aircraft) maintenance. Realizing the importance of th? part played by maintenance personnel in the development of our great air transport systems, AVIATION’S MAINTENANCE AWARD has been established to be “presented annually ... in recognition of outstanding contribution to the field of maintenance of equipment in Air Transportation.”
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Flying Equipment
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Stinson Restyles
1937 Model Reliant is faster and has many refinements
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ALL OF THE DEVICES for safety and maintenance built into the Stinson Trimotored Airliners are contained in the 1937 Reliant. The new ship retains the characteristic gull wing of last year’s model but is faster and roomier than its predecessors.
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Edo Amphibious Gear
New type of seaplane float incorporates retractable wheel
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DESIGNED by Edo engineers and sponsored by the Development Section of the Air Commerce Bureau, an amphibious float gear for seaplanes has just received its ATC (No. AC-73), at College Point, L. I. Although the new amphibious gear was designed and built in less than a year, its development is based on five years of research during which three distinct types were built and tested.
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The Texas Company
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THE TEXAS COMPANY
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The Waco Aircraft Company
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THE WACO AIRCRAFT COMPANY
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Flying Equipment
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Dragon Bomber
North American ship has long range and large load capacity
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D. W. (TOMMY) TOMLINSON recently stepped out of his role as vice-president of TWA long enough to run a series of flight tests on North American Aviation’s new “Dragon,” a long range, heavy bomber built to the specifications of the Army Air Corps.
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Flying Equipment
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N. A. Observation
Air Corps Buys 120 ships of New Type From North American
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SECOND ARMY CONTRACT received by North American Aviation Inc., within a month is for 120 Observation planes of a design that won the recent Air Corps competition at Wright Field. Production on this model will begin next summer. The three-place Corps and Army Observation plane is of the all-metal, mid-wing type.
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Goodyear
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Goodyear
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Flying Equipment
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CCFN-1 Trainer
Canadian Car & Foundry offers two place biplane
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<p>A NEW TRAINER has been added to the line of products offered by the Canadian Car and Foundry Company. Simple in construction and low in cost the CCFN-1 is a two place sesquiplane with tandem seating, powered with either the 100 or 125 hp. Kinner or 145 hp. Warner engines.</p>
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Flying Equipment
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Portable Learadio
Light-Weight Radio Transmitter and Receiver for Field Use
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FEATURING LIGHT WEIGHT AND RUGGED CONSTRUCTION, and developed primarily for use in bush country where communications are difficult, a new two way portable radio unit offered by Learadio (New York, N. Y.) will prove of special interest to operators of air charter and freight service, military air units, and others.
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Flying Equipment
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One for Al
Grumman builds special acrobatic Gulfhawk for AI Williams
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DESIGNED-PARTICULARLY for high performance and acrobatics but also adaptable for cross-country flying, AI Williams’ new Gulfhawk has just been completed at the Grumman factory. The new Gulfhawk (Model G-22) has no unusual structural features.
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Curtiss - Wright Corporation
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CURTISS - WRIGHT CORPORATION
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Pioneer Instrument Co., Inc
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PIONEER INSTRUMENT CO., INC
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Flying Equipment
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Miles Mohawk
Col. Lindbergh's British Plane Has Menasco Engine
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THE OUTSTANDING SUCCESS of all Lindbergh flights is due in no small measure to careful and persistent attention to details in preliminary arrangements and equipment design. This same meticulousness has gone into the design of the new Miles Mohawk just completed for Col. Lindbergh by Phillips & Powis Aircraft Ltd. of Reading Aerodrome in England.
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Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc.
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Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc.
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Buyer's Log Book
What's New in Accessories, Materials, Supplies, and Equipment
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OPERATORS SEEKING MAXIMUM SERVICE before recovering fabric covered surfaces have found Berryloid Fabric Rejuvenator, recently introduced by Berry Brothers, of considerable help. This product gives new life to old dope, seals cracks and breaks and tightens up flabby finishes according to word from the manufacturer.— AVIATION, February, 1937.
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Macwhyte Company
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MACWHYTE COMPANY
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Operator's Corner
An exchange of ideas on the problems of the commercial aviation industry
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ALL INSTRUCTORS IN AVIATION should have special license, and the hours required should be greater than a transport as this work cannot be done right even by old transport pilots. It takes a man with a special make-up to do this kind of work, and he should be made to put in so many hours a year to hold this license or rating.
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Accident Series
Operators and federal units move to take corrective action as year-end toll of lives reaches 32
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FOR A PERIOD OF A MONTH, from the middle of December until the middle of January, the gods of chance rained ill luck on air transport operators. In that brief period five U. S. airlines suffered accidents— four with attendant loss of life. In six crashes there were 51 people involved.
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Aviation’s Award
Hamilton of TWA recognized for maintenance achievement
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WALTER A. HAMILTON, system maintenance superintendent for TWA, and for the last three years chairman of the A.C. of C. and the A.T.A. Maintenance Committee, was selected as the recipient of AVIATION’S Maintenance Award for 1937. Presentation of the bronze plaque and certificate was made by Col. Frederick L.
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N. A. G. A. Report
Urges expansion of American research facilities
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CALLING ATTENTION to recent intensification of basic research efforts on the part of European nations, the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, in its annual report to the President, urges “the wisdom and ultimate economy of its policy (of expanding its own research facilities) as the best insurance against falling behind in the development of an instrumentality so vital to national defense and so effective in the promotion of commerce and in the advance of civilization.” The report points out that within the past year its new 500-mile-anhour wind tunnel, which has more than met its designed performance, has been put into service. The 2,000-ft. towing tank for the study of hydronamic characteristics of floats and hulls is being increased to a length of 2,900 ft., which will permit water speeds up to 80 m.p.h.
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Transport Service
American petitions ICC for off-line routes. PCA buys 10 Boeings
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THE ICC HAS overruled a motion by the solicitor for the Postoffice Department that the Commission dismiss American Airlines’ petition for establishment of offline service between Detroit and Indianapolis for want of jurisdiction. American has also applied for permission to establish service between Detroit and Cincinnati.
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Radio Research
Bendix Aviation forms new radio unit for extensive research
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THE BENDIX AVIATION CORPORATION has consolidated four radio and aviation equipment companies into a new unit to be known as the Bendix Radio Corporation. The new organization will specialize in radio equipment for communications and navigational purposes for the aircraft industry, with particular attention to blind flying and safety in landing under adverse weather conditions.
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Navy Voughfts
40 scout-bombers of SBU-1 type ordered for fleet service
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ONLY MILITARY ORDER OF THE MONTH came from the Navy and went to Chance Vought Aircraft Division of United Aircraft Corporation. It is for 40 scout-bombers, basically similar to the SBU-1, of which 84 were delivered last year. The plane is a two-seat biplane of metal structure, fabric covered. Power is derived from a 700-hp., 14cylinder Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp Jr. engine, delivered through
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The Glenn L. Martin Company
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THE GLENN L. MARTIN COMPANY
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The International Nickel Company, Inc.
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THE INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANY, INC.
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Canada’s Air Force
1937 estimates call for doubling man power
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As A FIRST STEP toward a declared policy of cooperative Empire defense, Canada in January announced a policy of greatly increasing her military strength in the air. Estimates which were submitted to the Dominion’s House of Commons on Jan. 18 called for an increase of over 100 per cent for the Royal Canadian Air Force, providing for extensions in every branch of the service.
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news of the month
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Hughes Record
Twin Wasp Jr.-powered racer flies L.A.-N.Y. in 7 hr. 28 min.
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EVEN AERONAUTICAL PEOPLE were amazed when Howard Hughes slammed his Cyclone-powered Northrop Gamma from Los Angeles to New York in nine hours and a half a year ago. Last month, almost exactly a year later, they were even more amazed when the serious young movie producer broke his own record by two hours.
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Calendar
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Jan. 28-Feb. 6—National Aircraft Show, Grand Central Palace, New York. March 13-21—Second Annual Pacific Aircraft Show, Pan-Pacific Auditorium, Los Angeles, Cal. June 26-July 10—Eighth Annual Soaring Meet (International), Elmira, N. Y.
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Industry Notes
Several factories expand. Taylor expects to produce 2.500
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AERO ENGINEERING CORPORATION has moved its manufacturing facilities from Long Beach, Cal., to Metropolitan Airport, Van Nuys. A new company is being formed which will acquire a 20-acre tract and a number of buildings which will provide about 50,000 sq.ft, of floor space.
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Traffic
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Latest available statistics from the Bureau of Air Commerce and the Post Office Department—Domestic airlines only AIR TRANSPORT INDICATOR Jan. 1, 1937 117 —which is the ratio of revenue passenger miles for December 1936 as compared with the corresponding figure for 1935.
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Edo Aircraft Corporation
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EDO AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
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Transport Abroad
"C" boats improve Imperial service. K.N.I.L.M. extension
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WITH THE THIRD of the Empire flying boats, “Castor,” in service, Imperial Airways of Great Britain on Tan. 4 eliminated the train link between Marseille, France and Brindisi, Italy. This reduces to one night, between Paris and Marseille, the time passengers must spend on trains.
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Financial
Record sales, bonuses, dividends show encouraging upswing
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THE FOURTH QUARTER of Douglas Aircraft’s fiscal year, ended Nov. 30, showed net sales of $4,317,000, against a total of $3,631,000 for the preceding nine months. The $7,948,000 net sales for the year were the highest in the company’s history.
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Brewster Aeronautical Corporation
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BREWSTER AERONAUTICAL CORPORATION
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Schools, Services, and Airports
A state-by-state tour of the {lying fields
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ALABAMA—Steadham Acker, manager of the BIRMINGHAM Municipal Airport, has been elected governor for Alabama of the National Aeronautic Association for 1937, according to announcement by Hayden Brooks, retiring president. Later the NAA announced that Mr. Acker had been appointed official air meet director for ALABAMA, TENNESSEE, MISSISSIPPI and LOUISIANA.
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Portland Cement Association
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PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION
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Advertisement
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Aviation People
Who's who and what they are doing
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For many years a member of the board of directors and executive committee of Curtiss-Wright Corporation, GEORGE N. ARMSBY was recently elected to chairmanship of the board. Curtiss-Wright Corporation is the parent company of Wright Aeronautical Corporation and controls the divisions of the Curtiss Aeroplane Company.
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0067.xml
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67
67,68
[no value]
[no value]
Bendix Radio Corporation
[no value]
Bendix Radio Corporation
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0068.xml
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70
70
[no value]
[no value]
Switlik Parachute & Equipment Co.
[no value]
SWITLIK PARACHUTE & EQUIPMENT CO.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0069.xml
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73
73
[no value]
[no value]
Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation
[no value]
GRUMMAN AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING CORPORATION
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0070.xml
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74
74
[no value]
[no value]
Gulf Aviation Products
[no value]
GULF AVIATION PRODUCTS
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0071.xml
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76
76
[no value]
[no value]
O. J. Whitney, Inc.
[no value]
O. J. WHITNEY, INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0072.xml
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76
76
[no value]
[no value]
Beech Aircraft Corporation
[no value]
BEECH AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0073.xml
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77
77
[no value]
[no value]
Dzus Fastener Co., Inc.
[no value]
DZUS FASTENER CO., INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0074.xml
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78
78
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0075.xml
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78
78
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisement: Aviation
[no value]
[no value]
AVIATION
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0076.xml
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79
79
[no value]
[no value]
Ethyl Gasoline Corporation
[no value]
Ethyl Gasoline Corporation
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0077.xml
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80
80
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0078.xml
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81
81
[no value]
[no value]
Scintilla Magneto Co., Inc.
[no value]
SCINTILLA MAGNETO CO., INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0079.xml
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81
81
[no value]
[no value]
Walter Kidde & Company
[no value]
Walter Kidde & Company
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0080.xml
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82
82
[no value]
[no value]
The Black & Decker Mfg. Co.
[no value]
The Black & Decker Mfg. Co.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0081.xml
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82
82
[no value]
[no value]
McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.
[no value]
McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0082.xml
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83
83
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0083.xml
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84
84
[no value]
[no value]
Lear Developments, Inc.
[no value]
LEAR DEVELOPMENTS, INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0084.xml
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84
84
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisement
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0085.xml
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84
84
[no value]
[no value]
Laminated Shim Co., Inc.
[no value]
LAMINATED SHIM CO., INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0086.xml
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85
85
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisements
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0087.xml
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86
86,87,88,89
[no value]
[no value]
Searchlight Section
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0088.xml
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88
88
[no value]
[no value]
Where to Buy
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0089.xml
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89
89
[no value]
[no value]
Aviation Schools
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0090.xml
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90
90
[no value]
[no value]
Advertisement
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0091.xml
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90
90
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0092.xml
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91
91
[no value]
[no value]
Norma-Hoffmann Bearings Corporation
[no value]
NORMA-HOFFMANN BEARINGS CORPORATION
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0093.xml
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92
92
[no value]
[no value]
Kollsman Instrument Company
[no value]
KOLLSMAN INSTRUMENT COMPANY
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0094.xml
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93
93
[no value]
[no value]
Thompson Products, Inc.
[no value]
THOMPSON PRODUCTS, INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0095.xml
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94
94
[no value]
[no value]
Eclipse Aviation Corporation
[no value]
ECLIPSE AVIATION CORPORATION
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
AviationWeek_19370201_0036_002_0096.xml