Transport: Search Abandoned

Completing their first round-trip survey flights preliminary to regular transatlantic service, Pan American Airways' Clipper III and Imperial Airways' Caledonia passed each other one day last week high above the tossing wastes of the Atlantic Ocean. Both big flying boats were maintaining constant radio contact with British stations in Newfoundland and Ireland and Pan American bases in New Brunswick and New York. Few hours later the flights ended uneventfully. The Caledonia landed at Foynes in Ireland, continued to Southampton. The Clipper III landed at Botwood, Newfoundland, continued to Port Washington, N....

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