George Edward Haddaway, 89, an elder statesman and icon of U.S. civil aviation for more than six decades, died Sept. 26 in Durango, Colo. of leukemia. Born July 9, 1909 in Ft. Worth, Texas, Haddaway was a 1930 graduate of the University of Texas. In 1934 he founded the U.S. trade journal, Flight Magazine, in Texas and for more than 50 years served as editor and publisher of Flight. Known throughout the aviation world, Haddaway was a friend of Walter and Olive Ann Beech, Bill Piper, Sr., ...

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