In February 1967, BCA covered news media skepticism of business aviation, feasibility of supersonic business jets and Ralph Nader turning attention to aviation safety. In the closing weeks of 1966, three successive items appeared in influential papers damning private and business aviation for freeloading on the U.S. taxpayer. “Fly now, pay never,” was how the New York Times reported it. – BCA The third item appeared in the liberal and authoritative New Republic. It simply ...

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