The organization of airways

Warner, Edward P (Massachusetts Inst. of Tech)
November 1922

An aircraft freed from all contact with the ground during most of the period of its operation, is nevertheless dependent on the provision of proper ground organization. The provision of landing fields scattered over the country for the benefit of civil or military pilots who may arrive from any direction constitutes the first step in making commercial flying possible.

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