Transport: New and Good

Into action last week went the first transcontinental airway ever born full grown. It was also the first airline to span Canada, bridging the 2,688 miles between Montreal and Vancouver. The 130,000,000 U. S. citizens have only just begun to support their three transcontinental air routes. Whether the passenger traffic from 11,120,000 Canadians could support one did not bother Trans-Canada's operators. The line is Government-controlled and should pay its way by airmail revenue alone.

Custom-made from the last kit of carburetor wrenches in its Winnipeg shop to its corps of well-drilled, 9540-125 Ib. hostesses,...

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