Transport: Transatlantic Talk (Cont'd)

Two months ago the U. S. joined Canada, the Irish Free State and Great Britain in a pact for joint operation of airlines across the North Atlantic (TIME, Dec. 16). Last week the U. S. made a similar agreement with Germany. Conclusions:

The two nations will offer each other full facilities for trial flights. These will be started at once by Lufthansa Corp. over the Azores route, will be completely separate from Dr. Hugo Eckeners demonstration flights across the North Atlantic, scheduled for May, in the huge Zeppelin LZ-129, now being built at Friedrichshafen....

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