AVIATION: Anywhere, Anytime, Anything

There is plenty of business for nonscheduled U.S. freight airlines on the transatlantic run. Trans World Airlines and Pan American are the only scheduled U.S. carriers making freight flights over the route, and most of their cargo takes second place to passengers. Last week, pressed by the urgent shipments of U.S. aid abroad, the CAB handed a big slice of the business to a younger airline. Its name: Seaboard & Western Airlines, Inc., which has flown some 2,700 flights across the Atlantic and Pacific since 1947 as a nonscheduled carrier.

CAB gave...

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