AERONAUTICS: Abandoned Line

C. F. Redden, President of the Aeromarine Airways, announced the abandonment of daily services to Atlantic City from New York. The service has been in operation since 1921 and lack of patronage as the novelty wore off is the cause of the Company's transfer of its interests to the Cleveland-Detroit route, where it is doing extremely well. Mr. Redden blames New Yorkers and praises the superior courage and enterprise of business men in the automobile centers. But perhaps it is more a question of geography. The London-Paris air services are busy because...

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