AERONAUTICS: Lindbergh Warns

Col. Lindbergh last week issued a statement. At the request of the Associated Press, from information gleaned on his national tour recently ended, he wrote his impressions on current aviation in the U.S.; future possibilities.

Warning: Inefficient flying schools are graduating men to meet the snowball increase in demand for pilots. Such pilots, seldom hired by reputable airways, must make their living. They fly passengers for cash; their inexperience breeds crashes.

Remedy: Regulation by the Department of Commerce of flying schools. Strict regulation of qualifications required of a pilot in commercial flying and especially in passenger carrying. "A number of States...

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