AVIATION: Sauce for the Goose...

Said Pan Am sweetly: what is sauce for the goose is also mighty tasty when applied to the gander. So last week Pan Am, which has had to endure unwonted competition from U.S. domestic lines on its foreign routes for a year, got down to brass tacks on its 18-month-old application to compete within the U.S.

In a 351-page exhibit weighing almost seven pounds, Pan Am set forth to the Civil Aeronautics Board its claims to four coast-to-coast routes and five main north-&-south domestic routes. Pan Am's main argument: domestic lines can now offer passage to foreign points from...

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