Canada at War: THE DOMINION: Sky Blueprint

Canada's plan for an international air policy was announced last week by an American—smart Wayne Parrish, editor of Washington's American Aviation Daily. Four days after Editor Parrish printed the details, U.S.-born Munitions Minister Clarence Decatur Howe confirmed them.

Canada proposed two limited freedoms for the air: 1) the right of all to innocent passage; 2) the right to land for refueling, repairs and emergencies. But international airlines would be licensed by an international air authority. Cross-border lines operating between contiguous countries would be exempt.

Neither Britain nor the U.S. warmed to the...

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