Milan Linate – A new Italian Airport

This is the first of a series of short articles about different subjects. They were found in Shell Aviation News and I found them interesting to reproduce. [caption id="attachment_4093" align="alignleft" width="907"] The inclined walk by which passengers reach the tarmac can be seen beyond the aircraft. (Via Shell Aviation News, September 1938)[/caption] The special needs of aircraft and air traffic have been the subject of much study and new aerodromes demonstrate that in the design of aerodrome buildings architects have not been hampered by convention but have thought out for themselves an arrangement which is likely to give the greatest...

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