Aeronautics: Right of Airway

On an intrastate scale the principle of Interstate Commerce Commission control of airlines to restrict competition (see above) was tested last week in Tucson, Ariz. Errett Lobban Cord's Century Pacific Lines, Ltd. appeared before the Arizona Corporation Commission to ask a certificate of necessity & convenience for carrying passengers between Douglas, Tucson & Phoenix on its route from Los Angeles to El Paso. Opposing the plea was American Airways, Inc. with the claim that it had pioneered the territory, that it was giving adequate service with three round trips daily between Tucson &...

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