Near Kharkov, Russia, last week Soviet-built
K7, biggest landplane in the world (128 passengers), crashed to death
its 14 occupants. All were highly skilled aviation technicians and
pilots, of whom U. S. S. R. has had a shortage since last September
when another crash killed seven technicians and executives (TIME, Sept. 18).
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