AERONAUTICS: Fokker's Predictions

His poor English did not prevent Anthony H. G. Fokker, famous Dutch constructor (TIME, Dec. 31) from making an impression in a speech before the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce. One airplane for every 1,000 people in Cleveland, and the airplane a commonplace taxicab between cities was his forecast for the immediate future.

Paris to New York

The De Monge Aircraft Co. (Paris) is building a new type of airplane for a flight next Spring direct to New York—mainly to advertise the progress of French aviation. Technical reports speak of a number of...

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