Transport: Transatlantic Talk

One day last week the representatives of four countries sat down together in Washington, succeeded in two hours in hurdling the difficulty which for years has stymied commercial aviation across the North Atlantic. The four countries were the U. S., Canada, Irish Free State, Great Britain. The difficulty was reciprocity.

Since 1931, Pan American Airways has wanted to launch an airline to Europe, has been prevented by inability to get permission to land U. S. planes on foreign soil. This permission was withheld because European nations insisted their air companies have an equal...

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