Col. Charles Augustus Lindbergh, writing in the Saturday Evening Post: ". . . I think there is little doubt that within the next few years there will be scheduled flying across both the Atlantic and Pacific, connecting the continental lines of the Eastern and Western hemispheres. In fact, I do not believe it is too visionary to predict that the time is coming when, except for short distances, all first-class passengers will travel by air."

Fare v. Fear

In the past two months, fare-cutting in the air transport business has assumed remarkable proportions.—...

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