Proceedings [of The] Conference on Ground Facilities for Air [sic] Air Transportation, September 12, 13, 14, 1950: Co-sponsors, the Port of New York Authority, Civil Aeronautics Administration [and] Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Airports - 225 pages
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THE AIRP0RT AS A FACT0R IK AIRLINE EFPICIEUCY
AIRP0RTREQUIREMENTS F0R FUTURE AIRCRAFT
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