1966-02-01

Vertical Flight in Common Carrier Transportation 660335

Helicopters capable of vertical flight have opened a new market for air transportation. They offer a means of rapid access to city centers avoiding the congestion and wasted time of surface travel. The growing success of the high frequency common carrier operations of New York Airways, conducted between La Guardia Field, the Wall Street Heliport, Newark Airport and Kennedy International Airport, and between Kennedy International Airport and the Pan Am Building Heliport in mid-Manhattan, have set an example of service for densely populated areas everywhere.

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