Transport: T W A Fare Cut

Month ago Transcontinental & Western Air, Inc. announced that in the first nine months of 1936 it had set new records for passenger, mail and express transport. Last week, faced by the winter slump which has always hurt passenger flying, TWA made the most important bid for travelers any U. S. airline has offered in a long time. This major transcontinental system cut its fares approximately to the level of ordinary railroad fares, considerably below extra-fare trains.

Old TWA fare from New York to Chicago was $47.95, or $40.76 in scrip.* New fare is $39.95,...

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