AVIATION: Atlantic Freight

After eight years of waiting, a small, nonscheduled U.S. airline finally came into its own last week. In Washington. President Eisenhower approved a CAB recommendation giving Seaboard & Western Airlines Inc. a five-year certificate to fly a regular transatlantic freight service from New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore to seven European nations, thus making S. & W. the first U.S.-flag, all-cargo carrier to Europe.

The CAB decision was a big victory for S. & W. and the Norden brothers—Raymond, 38, and Arthur, 41—members of the small band of World War II pilots who have made good with their airlines. Both won their...

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