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THE SKY'S THE LIMIT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a book on jobs in commercial aviation and how to get them. It seems singularly detached from today's problems, and has nothing to say specifically about the job commercial aviation is doing in the war. The facts about commercial aviation, the definition of the opportunities, the organization, the future of small airports, the functions of officials, the kinds of jobs, whether in flying, in C.A.A., in weather bureaus, traffic control, radio, instrument mechanics, maintenance crews, dieticians teaching, or what have you. Nothing particularly new-in a field where there is something new every day. But a useful reference book for the vocational shelf.

Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls