Title: 3. THE JET OPERATOR AND AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES (INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE JET TRANSPORT NAVIGATION)
Author(s): C. T. Farndell
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 7, Number 4
Pages: 174 - 179
Cite this article: Farndell, C. T., "3. THE JET OPERATOR AND AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES (INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE JET TRANSPORT NAVIGATION)", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 7, No. 4, Winter 1960-1961, pp. 174-179.
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Abstract: Whilst my remarks here today are unlikely to add to teh world's pool of original knowledge, I feel sure that they will find ready agreement in the feelings of most of those present who are concerned with the facilitation of civil turbine-powered operations and, perhaps, I might even hope to evoke a gleam of acquiescence in the eyes of those present who have, until fairly recently, enjoyed freedom of the airspace at the higher altitudes and which is now being penetrated by our aerial coaches. I should like to make it clear that my remarks originate from a background of international operations and will certainly not represent the outlook of a domestic operator within an area like the United States.