International Air Transport

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Negotiations on Postwar Air Transportation

Plans for New International Air Convention

Problems of international air traffic after the war are at present receiving the attention of the State Department, the Civil Aeronautics Board, and two committees of the United States Senate. Commercial air transport got its start as the result of technological improvements made under the pressure of World War I. It is expected to undergo a revolutionary expansion as the result of new techniques and methods ...

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