THE production and marketing of aerial communication and transportation is, as yet, a young industry. It has at its call the experiences of past years of similar and allied undertakings, which form a background or framework upon which to build its structure, but for the remainder there is, technically, no help but selfhelp. Financial assistance there may be from the government of the country served, but the technical problems peculiar to maintaining and operating an air line await for their solution the technical skill of, the air lines' personnel.
Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jul 1, 1942