Canada at War: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS: Air Agreement

Around an oval table in the ornate Pillement Suite of Manhattan's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, ten U.S. and Canadian delegates sat down last week to apportion transborder air routes. The talks were planned for three days, went so smoothly that everything was settled in two. Each nation got about what it wanted.

The delegates did not disclose which of the new airlines would be operated by Canada, which by the U.S. The agreement would first have to be confirmed by the two Governments. But the ratio existing since 1940—eight crossings by U.S. lines to one by the Dominion-owned Trans-Canada Airlines—would be changed. Best...

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