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THE JOURNAL OF AIR LAW AND COMMERCE The Journal of Air Law and Commerce prints matter it considers worthy of publication. However, no responsibility is assumed for the soundness of the views expressed. EDITED BY HOWARD C. KNOTTS. Editor-in-Chief. General Counsel, National Aeronautic Ass'n.; Aviation Supervisor, Illinois Commerce Commission; Member, National Aeronautics Commission, American Legion; Formerly Consulting Expert, Bureau of Air Commerce and Civil Aeronautics Authority; Illinois Law Lecturer on Public Utilities Law, Northwestern University School of Law; Member, Advisory Committee, American Section, Comité International Technique d'Experts Juridiques Aériens. JOHN H. WIGMORE, Associate Editor. Dean-Emeritus, Northwestern University School of Law; Formerly Legal Adviser, Federal Aviation Commission; Formerly Legal Adviser, U. S. Senate Subcommittee on Aircraft Accident Investigation; Formerly Consulting Expert, Bureau of Air Commerce; Member, National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws; and Member, American Bar Association Council on International and Comparative Law. FRED D. FAGG, JR., Associate Editor. Dean, Northwestern University School of Commerce; Managing Director, Air Law Institute; Member, Comité International Technique d'Experts Juridiques Aériens; Member, Committee on Aeronautical Law, American Bar Association; Former Director of Air Commerce, Department of Commerce; Formerly Secretary, National Association of State Aviation Officials; Formerly, Member, Illinois Aeronautics Commission. EDITORIAL BOARD EDGAR S. GORRELL-President, Air Transport Association of America. MERRILL C. MEIGS-Chairman, Chicago Aero Commission; Member, Illinois Aeronautics Commission; Publisher, Chicago Evening American. DAVID L. BEHNCKE-President, Air Line Pilots Association. JACK VILAS-Vice President, The Pyle-National Company. DEPARTMENT EDITORS State Department: GILL ROBB WILSON-Director of Aviation, State of New Jersey. ELWOOD B. COLE-Technical Adviser, Civil Aeronautics Authority. Federal Department: STUART G. TIPTON-Ass't. to General Counsel, Civil Aeronautics Authority. FRED M. GLASS-Chief Examiner, Air Safety Board, Civil Aeronautics Authority. International Department: STEPHEN LATCHFORD-Chief, Aviation Section, Division of International Communications, State Department; Chairman, American Section of the CITEJA. SAMUEL E. GATES-Chief, International Division, Civil Aeronautics Authority. EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD DAVID C. BEEBE--President, United States Aviation Underwriters. PAUL V. BETTERS--Executive Director, United States Conference of Mayors. THOMAS BURKE--Chief, Division of International Communications, Department of State. CLIFFORD W. HAM--Executive Director, The American Municipal Association. CLINTON M. HESTER--Administrator, Civil Aeronautics Authority. JOHN H. JOUETT--President, Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America. GEORGE B. LOGAN--Legal Counsel, National Association of State Aviation Officials; Vice President, National Aeronautic Association. CHARLES L. MORRIS-- President, National Association of State Aviation Officials; Commissioner of Aeronautics, State of Connecticut. EDWARD J. NOBLE-- Chairman, Civil Aeronautics Authority. HAVEN B. PAGE--General Counsel, Private Fliers Association; Member, Advisory Committee, American Section, CITEJA. WILLIAM A. SCHNADER--Chairman. Committee on Uniform Aeronautical Code, National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. EDWARD O. WARNER--Member, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. MABEL WALKER WILLEBRANDT-- Chairman, Committee on Aeronautical Law, American Bar Association. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscription Per Year: United States, $5.00; Foreign, $5.50. Single Copies $1.50. Published in January, April, July, and October by Northwestern University Press. Address all communications to the AIR LAW INSTITUTE, 357 East Chicago Avenue. Chicago, Illinois. Copyright, 1989, by the AIR LAW INSTITUTE
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