Business: TIME CLOCK, Nov. 3, 1958

SANDWICH WAR is over between transatlantic airlines trying to win economy passengers' hearts through stomachs. Lines that were getting around no-free-meal rule by serving fancy, meal-size sandwiches (TIME, April 21, May 5) agreed to serve same cold-buffet menu: meat, salad, cheese, bread, beverage.

NORTHEAST AIRLINES, last domestic trunkline off federal subsidy in 1956, will be first to go back on. Chief reason: planes on New York-Miami route, on which CAB overruled its own examiner to award to Northeast after pressure from New England congressmen, are flying only 15% full v. 59% needed to...

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