AERONAUTICS: Trans-American Transport

In Manhattan last week Richard Farnsworth Hoyt and Frederick Brant Rentschler, two of the most potent U. S. air financiers, made plans to synchronize thousands of miles of airlines. Shortly it should be possible to air-tour over their systems—United Aircraft & Transport, and Aviation Corp. of the Americas, repectively—from Chicago to San Francisco, to Los Angeles, to Mexico City, thence to Miami and the West Indies, or to Panama and Ecuador. The deal to cooperate was consummated after many interruptions. United's Rentschler was interrupted frequently by needs of his seven subsidiary companies....

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