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Correspondence

Correction In the August 2018 issue of King Air in Ed Phillips’ historical article titled “Cessna’s Last Stand,” on page 27, the wrong photo caption was published. It should have been: The C-34 evolved into the 1937 C-37, 1938 C-38 and finally, the 1939 C-145/C-165. Known unofficially as the Cessna Airmaster, the four-place monoplane saved…

Correspondence

Correction There was an error in the subhead of Ed Phillip’s historical article in the Feb-ruary 2018 issue of King Air, titled “Cabin Jobs.” The headline and subhead should have read, “Cabin Jobs; During the 1920s, airframe manufacturers in Wichita, Kansas, produced a series of airplanes that signaled the gradual demise of open cock-pit flying…