Business & Commercial Aviation News from July 1965Jessica A. Salerno
The July 1965 issue of Business & Commercial Aviation included these news items as well as the aircraft in the image gallery:
- "It wasn't long after B&CA was born that we began to get the feeling that we were the best magazine in the growing field of business aviation. In those eight years we've become convinced. Our convictions haven't changes." - David W. Ewald, Publisher
- The NBAA convention set for Oct. 12-14 in Los Angeles has already sold out 90% of planned 115 booths to 80 exhibitors. Booths, forums and skull-to-skull sessions will be held at L.A.'s giant Ambassador Hotel; airplanes will be at Burbank on Pacific Airmotive's side of the field.
- Cessna Aircraft is producing one airplane per 23 minutes (of 8 hr. working day), about 20 units a day. After third record-breaking month, it is almost "ho, hum" to announce that May's 422 civil aircraft delivered was the company's all-time high for any May.
- Beach-buzzing by light planes has become a problem in southern California, and life guards have been told to note identification numbers of aircraft flying low. FAA warns minimum altitude regulations will be enforced.