Aeronautics Notes, Jul. 20, 1925

In London, one F. H. Wallis issued a slogan : "Flying for the million." When pooh-poohed, he told how he had invented an airplane so light it can be lifted by an ordinary man, so small it can be driven by a six-horsepower motorcycle engine, so sturdy it can fly 70 miles an hour, so cheap to manufacture that it can be sold for $1,000. Next month, hopeful Wallis will test his plans.

At Washington, D. C, the National Air Transport Co. (recently organized $10,000,000 commercial air service company) drafted a committee on...

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