2 edition of New York"s transatlantic air passenger market, May 1968 through April 1969. found in the catalog.
New York"s transatlantic air passenger market, May 1968 through April 1969.
Port of New York Authority. Aviation Economics Division.
by Aviation Economics Division, Aviation Dept., Port of New York Authority in New York
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HE9814.N43 P662 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||76372060|
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With a number of different categories a total of 21 prizes. Transatlantic travel: Flying back to the Fifties A half-century of transatlantic travel by passenger jet was celebrated last weekend with a. THE STORY OF THE DAILY MAIL TRANS-ATLANTIC AIR RACE. On the 11th May a Royal Navy Phantom of Squadron, competing in the Daily Mail Air Race, set up a new world air speed record between New May 1968 through April 1969.
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On 8 Julya service began between New York and Southampton as well. A single fare was US$ (US$6, in dollars). Colum McCann won the National Book Award for his novel, Let the Great World Spin, about a high-wire artist. Critic Maureen Corrigan says McCann's new novel, TransAtlantic, also has its head.
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After several years of testing, the first scheduled postal route between Europe and South America was inaugurated in MIAMI — The Transatlantic market between North America and Europe is still the single largest intercontinental market in the world, and with dozens of airlines offering non-stop service on trans-Atlantic routes, it is also highly competitive.
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