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Thumbnail preview of 1931 - 0503.pdf...FLIGHT, MAY 29, 1931 oeing ihe type wanted in Sweden, it seems fitting to begin these notes with a description of the only aircraft of this class which made its appearance, i.e., the Heinkel H.E.57. T...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0344.pdf...FLIGHT, MARCH 21, 1930 AIR TRANSPORT GERMAN COMMERCIAL AIR TRANSPORT Mr. Martin Wronsky's Lecture before the R.Ae.S. and Institute of Transport MR. MARTIN WRONSKY, General Manager of theGerman Luft Ha...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0346.pdf...FLIGHT, MARCH 21, 1930 system could only be realised gradually. Where several large towns were close to each other, Pirath suggested creating a central aerodrome, serving all these towns. Another conc...
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Thumbnail preview of 1931 - 0869.pdf...FLIGHT, AUGUST 14, 1931 Air Signs on Gas HoldersWHEN the memorandum on stan- dard air signs, prepared by the Auto-mobile Association, was issued last June by the Civil Aviation Section ofthe London Ch...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0345.pdf...FLIGHT. MARCH 21, 1930 themselves to the borders of Europe, but wished to participatein world transport, even if only to those places of the globe commercially connected with Germany. They were chiefl...
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Thumbnail preview of 1932 - 0460.pdf...FLIGHT, MAY 13, 1932 Post Office. Regular users of the air mail services are advised to consult the new leaflet as a number of changes have been made. Imperial Airways. Summer services on the gre...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0221.pdf...FLIGHT, FEBRUARY 14, 1930 AIR TRANSPORT ONE YEAR'S AIR TRAFFIC IN SWITZERLAND THE following particulars regarding the air trafficaccomplished by the two principal air transportconcerns in Switzerland—...
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Thumbnail preview of 1931 - 0749.pdf...FLIGHT, JULY 17, 1931 NEWS CROYDON 'HE week under review has been quite ordinary, andthere is really very little of real interest to record. Everything seems to have happenedaccording to plan, the sei...
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Thumbnail preview of 1931 - 0343.pdf...FLIGHT, APRIL 10, 1931 t)i other hand, the establishment of important connectionsvth foreign air lines brings about a considerable growth in international traffic.^hus, for instance, the Hamburg-Stutt...
1931 - 0343.pdf
Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0623.pdf...FLIGHT, MAY 30, 1930 AIR TRANSPORT THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AVIATION LIGHTING IN BERLIN By G. H. WILSON, B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I.E.E. THE development of night flying is as inevitable asnight transp...
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Thumbnail preview of 1931 - 0271.pdf...FLIGHT, MARCH 20, 1931 NIGHT AIR MAILS* By CAPTAIN CARL FLORMAN (Managing Director of the A.B. Aerotransport, Stockholm.) /—[If—'HE work for the development of air traffic in Europe (/) III into a gen...
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Thumbnail preview of 1931 - 0342.pdf...FLIGHT, APRIL 10, 1931 TRANSPCET SPECIALISING AT LAST! The Air Ministry has recently drawn up Specifications for Air Mail Machines, the Conditions to be fulfilled being briefly : Range, 1,000 Miles at...
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Thumbnail preview of 1931 - 1019.pdf...FLIGHT, SEPTEMBER 18, 1931 SHORTER AIR ROUTES TO INDIA Winter Air-Mail Services on Empire Routes 111 -^ ROGKESS in the construction of the great maritime III 1 port at Haifa, on the coast of Palestine...
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Thumbnail preview of 1932 - 0945.pdf...FLIGHT, SEPTEMBER 16, 1932 5. INSURANCE.—That insurance companies issuing comprehensive policies covering aircraft be subsidised in order to make aviation an attractive investment for the private o...
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Thumbnail preview of 1931 - 0897.pdf...FLIGHT, AUGUST 21, 1931 All IE YKANSPCIOT FOCKEWULF A38 "MOWE ESIGNED and built by the Focke-Wulf Flug-zeugbau, of Bremen, Germany, the A38 "Mowe" is a development of former well-known Focke-Wulf type...
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Thumbnail preview of 1931 - 0986.pdf...FLIGHT, SEPTEMBER 11, 1931 CROYDON S—[|]—'HE display of the aero- ^ HI drome lighting arrange- III ments in conjunctionwith the Royal Air Force, on Wednesday night,caused a great amount of chaos on th...
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Thumbnail preview of 1932 - 0038.pdf...FLIGHT, JANUARY 8, 1932 month ago ; it is holding its second meeting in Berlin this week. " The British and Italian Governments are not unaware that the French Government is ready to make agreemen...
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Thumbnail preview of Untitled0 - 0347.pdf...FLIGHT, MARCH 21, 1930 centres, the solvency, due to such quantities, would be much ,-asier than the passenger traffic, even if only one-third was tarried by the air service. To accomplish this, as al...
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Thumbnail preview of 1932 - 0655.pdf...FLIGHT, JULY 1, 1932 A NEW VERSION OF THE JUNKERS G.38 : The " D 2500 " which has just been put into service on the Berlin-London route by Luft Hansa. It has accommodation for 34 persons. THE NEW J...
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Thumbnail preview of 1932 - 1036.pdf...FLIGHT, OCTOBER 13, 1932 Qirport Uews CROYDON E> URING the week two pupils of British Air Trans port, Ltd., were awarded their " A " licences, and two successful night flights were carried out. Th...
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