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Company's routes. In addition, as an outgrowth of this transaction, New York Airways was also able to secure a favorable price on a third additional Boeing V-107 helicopter which the Company has agreed to purchase from Kawasaki Airport Corporation, -- The Boeing Company's Japanese licensee. It is anticipated that these three additional aircraft will be delivered to the Company within the next several weeks. At that time the Company's fleet of Boeing V-107s will thus have been brought to a total of seven units. In addition to the Boeing V-107 program, New York Airways has also worked out favorable equipment arrangements with United Aircraft Corporation for the use of twin turbine Sikorsky S-61 helicopters manufactured by that company. As noted above, three of these aircrafts were furnished by United Aircraft to New York Airways for sightseeing and scheduled operations in connection with the 1964 season of the New York World's Fair. Following the conclusion of the first Fair season in the fall of 1964, two of the three S-61s remained available for the Company's use under a favorable "call" arrangement which enables New York 9
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