Aviation: Victory for Movies

Movies are in the air to stay. Last week the Civil Aeronautics Board re jected a proposal by the International Air Transport Association to ban mov ies on all international flights. I.A.T.A.'s proposed ban was not in the public in terest, said the CAB; not only that, but it might subject participating U.S. air lines to antitrust action by the Justice Department, which last month angrily criticized I.A.T.A. for its "methodical elimination of all forms of competition in international air travel."

The CAB thus shot down efforts by foreign carriers to get rid of in-flight films, which TWA pioneered in...

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