This Week In Aviation History

60 Years Ago Dec. 14, 1955—The U.S. Post Office continued experimenting with delivering mail by air for 3¢, after the U.S. Court of Appeals ruled that “carrying ordinary first-class mail by air is within the statutory authority of Postmaster General and is authorized by law.” 36 Years Ago Dec. 14...

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