1967-02-01

Development of the Third Level Airline Industry 670241

The commuter or third level airline service is a stable, rapidly growing and necessary part of the United States transportation system today. Much of the success of operators in this service is due to recognition of the needs of the communities they serve and tailoring service to fill these needs.
Modern equipment with profit-producing potential, a hub-and-spoke traffic pattern with emphasis on non-stop routes and proper promotion are keys to success.

SAE MOBILUS

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