AVIATION: Back to Foynes

Repeal of the Neutrality Act applied to Pan American Airways too. Last week it announced it would soon resume direct transatlantic flights from New York to Foynes, Ireland, which it has not flown since Sept. 30, 1939.

For a short time Pan Am will continue to fly via Lisbon, two of its three weekly flights continuing from there to Foynes (4,590 miles). Later the Clippers will fly the northern route (3,067 miles) with a stop in Newfoundland. Between Foynes and England, Britain's Overseas line will operate a shuttle—a shorter and speedier haul than its present 1,100-mile wartime semicircle between Lisbon and...

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