This Week In Aviation History

50 Years Ago Nov. 2, 1965 — Oscar Bakke, director of FAA’s Eastern Region, said that by 1975, New York would need a fourth airport, although a committee of 10 airlines said a new airport would not be needed before 1980 25 Years Ago Nov. 2, 1990 — Progress completing a National Aerospace System (NAS)...

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