This Week In Aviation History

65 Years Ago Dec. 7, 1950—“Unicom” VHF-frequency two-way radio was approved by the Federal Communications Commission for use in “advisory” stations communicating runway conditions, fuel availability and weather to aircraft, but not for air traffic control. 25 Years Ago Dec. 7, 1990—Pan Am proved...

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