AVIATION: Wings for Rural Mail

Direct daily airmail service for 1,400-odd communities, large and small, is in the cards by mid-1942—a five-fold increase over today's total of 288. Reason: business is increasing so fast for All American Aviation Inc. that profits are at last in sight for the only airmail "milk route" now operating. March volume was 20% over February. April will be up almost as much more to about 15,000 lb.; and when volume reaches 20,000 lb. the company expects to break even.

Smelling profits, All American has applied to add eight more lines to its...

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