Transport: Airports

Last week, to Newark's fury, Mayor LaGuardia finally won a skirmish in his fight to have a home field supersede Newark Airport as Manhattan's main air terminal. Fortnight ago he personally detonated the dynamite which felled a power-house chimney which was the only approach hazard at Floyd Bennett Field. Last week this improvement finally persuaded an important airline to try Floyd Bennett; American Airlines inaugurated a "summer service" of one plane a day from Floyd Bennett to Boston. American's eight other Boston flights will still start from Newark and all will terminate there....

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