Aeronautics: Flights & Flyers, Jan. 12, 1931

Quick Trip. With seven passengers and 900 lb. of mail, a Ford trimotor of National Air Transport rode a stiff tail wind from Chicago to New York one day last week, made the 20-hr. rail trip in 4 hr. 16 min. of flight. The plane was so early arriving in Cleveland (2 hr. 6 min.) the passengers were obliged to kill an hour before flying on to Newark Airport (2 hr. 10 min.).

Coyote. Flying low over a South Dakota prairie with a hunter as companion, Pilot Clyde Ice shot a coyote, landed, tossed the...

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