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TOMORROW WE FLY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A projection of tomorrow's aviation, made possible by the developments of aviation during the war. New passenger planes, which will carry 60 passengers, Pullmans and coaches, with rates approximating train rates. Bad weather may produce traffic jams at airports. Safety measures have brought casualties below those of motor cars. Private flight to be widened by helicopters, with the autocraft which is a combination plane-auto which will solve the airport to home problem. Cargo planes for freight. Survey -- no more -- but fascinating in its implications. For all ages, air-minded.

Pub Date: Dec. 21st, 1943
Publisher: Crowell