Aeronautics: Flying Cargoes

In its July issue Aviation magazine told air transport operators what it had told them many times before, what most operators already knew to be true: that air express can "pump life blood" into the skeleton of the industry; that a unified nation-wide service must be created before large shippers can be induced to give heavy patronage.

Last week seven air lines extending from Montreal to San Francisco Bay announced formation of General Air Express, a cooperative organization covering 17,600 mi. of routes and serving 138 cities, with door-to-door delivery provided by...

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