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-57- Footnotes - page 4 16-2 The initial stops made on the Northern Segment were: Yonkers, Pleasantville, Bridgeport, Norwalk, Stamford, White Plains, New Rochelle, Mount Vernon, La Guardia. 17-1 Cummings, Robert L. First Annual Report 1952 18-1 Ibid. 20-1 In order to be listed as an Airfreighter, one has to be listed on the Airbill. This would require a sender to know New York Airways service, and since much of the business would come from far away, the chance would be that New York Airways would not be known at first. 20-2 Cook, Max Scripps Howard Newspaper Company. This article appeared in all the newspapers in the chain. 20-3 Flagship News American Airlines Company Newspaper. January 29, 1953 21-1 The stops that were planned for this route were: Perth Amboy, Red Bank, Long Branch, Asbury Park, Freehold, Heightstown, Trenton, Princeton, New Brunswick, Somerville, Bound Brook, South Plainfield, and Newark. Many of these stops had been negotiated since operations had begun.
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