Transatlantic Air Commerce

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Plans for the First Atlantic Airline

When the first of the Boeing super-clipper flying boats is christened by Mrs. Roosevelt on Friday, March 3, Pan American Airways will be ready to undertake a final transatlantic survey flight before the start of regular air mail and passenger service between the United States and Europe.

One of the few remaining obstacles to such service was removed on January 28 when the British government and Imperial Airways waived a previous agreement that the service would not be inaugurated until the ...

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