YOUR PERSONAL PLANE by John Paul Andrews


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Early data as a prospectus for those in the market -- after the war -- for a plane of their own. The possibilities of non-scheduled flying, the probabilities of the future. The facts on what plane, what they will cost, the areas of safety, the direction of airport, airpark and harbor flight stops as coming features; the costs of training and pilot expense; operational costs, insurance, etc. Then the uses -- for traveling salesmen, for vacationists, for small business ventures. The plane makers -- past and future...advance agenda based on plans already operating in Michigan, Missouri, Kansas and Tennessee...Definitely for those with wings on their minds.

Pub Date: July 25th, 1945
Publisher: Duell, Sloan & Pearce