AERONAUTICS: Transatlantic Troubles

While the squabble between Compagnie Generate Aeropostale (French) and New York Rio and Buenos Aires (U. S.) continued crackling up from South America last week (TIME, Feb. 17), ominous thunderclouds of air trouble rumbled on the transatlantic horizon. Diplomatic protests from the U. S. and Germany were being launched at the actions of France, who, by devious and somewhat obscure methods, was making a determined effort to get control of South American air lanes.

Since March 1, 1928, Aeropostale has run a combined plane and steamship line...

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