Aeronautics: Flying Season

The air transport "season" opened last week. To be sure, the air lines operate on schedule the year 'round. But May i begins a six-month period of heavy passenger travel (just as it does for railroads and steamships). Also it marks the end of the bad weather months. March and April are the worst in the year for incompleted or canceled flights. From May to October the average of completed flights is highest.

Two great companies ushered in the flying season last week with important new schedules. Transcontinental & Western Air, Inc. swung from...

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