How Commercial Aircraft Shapes And Sizes Evolved

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The airline passenger experience in the 1920s could not be characterized as pleasant. Major improvements were needed, particularly addressing noise in the cabin. “The noisiness of the airplane engine constitutes an ever-present difficulty, much greater in importance than has generally been realized...

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