In March 1967, BCA wrote about the share of the FAA budget increasing mainly to automate air traffic control as well as updates on aircraft such as the Derringer two-place twin, Beech Bonanza V35TC and Beech Duke. “I don’t know that any of us in business aviation will ever speak softly. We have pretty firm ideas. But whatever our collective decibel rating is today, if we were larger in numbers, we would have a bigger stick to carry.” – David W. Ewald, Publisher, ...

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