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CIVIL AVIATION

(CA)

Civil Aviation contains files concerning aviation, general and commercial. This includes material on aviation accidents, airports, rates, routes and navigation, safety and traffic control, subsidies, and Civil Aeronautics Board cases and decisions.

Related material may be found in FG 226 (Federal Aviation Agency), FG 718 (President's Advisory Committee on the Supersonic Transport), and ND 1 (National Defense - Military Aviation). The files of White House Aides Ernest Goldstein (Travel and Balance of Payments), Harry McPherson (International Aviation), and DeVier Pierson (CAB decisions) also contain civil aviation related material.

CA

CIVIL AVIATION

(opened 4/74)

Boxes 1-4

Contains memorandum and correspondence dealing with general aspects of civil aviation. Important topics covered include the Supersonic Transport Program, with material on the Black-Osborne Report, progress and interim reports on the program, technical developments, public reaction to the SST, sonic booms and noise tests, President's Advisory Committee on the Supersonic Transport, financial participation by the airlines, Senate votes on SST, program delays, and support for program given by local governments; the sonic boom problem with material on the Oklahoma City and Edwards Air Force Base testing programs; the jet noise problem at airports, particularly John F. Kennedy and National Airports. Other topics include the question of jet usage of National Airport; material on airport development, construction, and financing; reports on the status of the aviation industry including the employment situation and balance of payments problems. There are some references to international negotiations and agreements including those with Colombia, Mexico, Japan, Canada, the Soviet Union, and the Republic of South Africa. There are documents discussing Civil Aeronautics Board cases. There is substantial material relating to the International Congress on Air Technology. There are references to Federal Government administrative use of aircraft and of possible government aircraft pooling. 14 1/2".

CA 1

ACCIDENTS

(opened 4/74)

Box 4

Material pertaining to aircraft accidents, civilian, military, and international. There are reports on accidents; condolence messages, including those from foreign heads of state; explanations to relatives of casualties; and citizen advice on avoiding aircraft accidents. There is a small amount of documents dealing with the plane crash involving Senators Birch Bayh and Edward Kennedy. 1".

CA 2

AIRPORTS

(opened 4/74)

Boxes 4-5

Documents concerning airports and airport development. Specific airports mentioned are Dallas-Fort Worth, Dulles, National, Chicago Midway, Houston Intercontinental, a fourth New York City airport, Bolling-Anacostia, Beltsville Agricultural Airport, Cable Airport (California), the Lower Rio Grande Valley airport case, Anchorage International, and Alaskan airports. There is also material on a Washington, D. C., heliport. There are documents on federal aid to airports, the Airports and Airways Program, the Airports Task Force, the flight service stations, airport noise, and airport safety. Material on changes in customs inspection procedures at Kennedy International is also found in this category. 3".

CA 3

RATES

(opened 4/74)

Box 5

Documents on air transportation rates with emphasis on international fares and the balance of payments problem. -1".

CA 4

ROUTES - NAVIGATION

(opened 4/74)

Box 5

Material pertaining primarily to international routes. [See CA 7]. Also material on clearances for flights into Washington, D. C. prohibited areas. -1".

CA 5

SAFETY - TRAFFIC CONTROL

(opened 4/74)

Boxes 5-6

Records dealing with congestion and delays in air traffic, and programs and methods for eliminating the problem, including safety suggestions from the public. There is some material on the Air Controllers strike and some mention of the flight service stations. 2".

CA 6

SUBSIDIES

(opened 4/74)

Box 6

Material relating to aviation subsidies, particularly helicopter subsidies for New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. -1".

CA 7

CASES - DECISIONS

(opened 4/74)

Box 6-19

This category consists primarily of Civil Aeronautics Board decisions on international routes as forwarded to the President for his approval. There are also a small number of domestic cases which received White House notice. 61".

Among airlines and/or countries included are:

Air West, Inc.

Aerovias Sud Americana, Inc.

Airlines Transport Carriers, Inc.

Austria-US

Argentina-US

Bahamas-US

Bermuda-US

Blatz Airlines

Bolivia-US

Braniff Airlines

Brazil-US

China-Japan

Congo, Republic of-US

Continental Airlines

Canada-US

Caribbean-US

Chile-US

Colombia-US

Delta Airlines

Denmark-US

Deugro International Transport, Inc.

Dominican Republic-US

Eastern-Mackey Merger

Ecuador-US

Egypt-US

El Salvador-US

Europe-US

Europe-Japan

Finland-US

France-US

Frontier Airlines

Germany-Chile

Germany-US

Greece-US

Guatemala-US

Honduras-US

Hong Kong-US

India-NY

India-US

Interamerican Forwarding Corporation

Ireland-US

Israel-US

Italy-US

Jamaica-US

Japan-US

Korea-US

Lake Central Airlines, Inc.

Leeward Islands Air Transport Service Ltd.

Mexico-US

Netherlands-US

New Zealand-British Columbia

New Zealand-US

Nicaragua-US

Pacific Northwest-Southwest Service Case

Pacific Route

Pan American Airlines

Panagra Airlines

Panama-US

Paramount Airlines, Inc.

Portugal-US

Peru-US

Puerto Rico-US

Puerto Rico-Virgin Islands

Russia-US

Ryukyu Islands

Samoa Airlines

Scandinavia-US

South Africa-US

South America-US

South Pacific-Pan American Route Transfer Case

Spain-US

Swissair

Switzerland-US

Texas International Airlines, Inc.

Thailand-US

Trade Winds Airline

Trans-International Airlines

TWA

Trinidad-US

Trans-Atlantic Case

Trans-Pacific Case

United Arab Republic-US

United Kingdom-US

United Kingdom-Hong Kong

United Kingdom-Japan

Washington-Baltimore Helicopter

Western Airlines

West Indies-Puerto Rico

Yugoslavia-US

The above list is not inclusive and includes only material from Executive files.

CIVIL AVIATION (CA)

CONTAINER LIST

Container Number.

Folder Title

Inclusive Dates

1

Ex CA

11/22/63-02/28/67

2

Ex CA

03/01/67-01/20/69

Gen CA

11/22/63-04/05/65

3

Gen CA

04/06/65-09/30/67

4

Gen CA

10/01/67-01/20/69

Ex CA 1

Gen CA 1

Ex CA 2

Gen CA 2

11/22/63-10/08/64

5

Gen CA 2

10/09/64-01/20/69

Ex CA 3

Gen CA 3

Ex CA 4

Gen CA 4

Ex CA 5

Gen CA 5

11/22/63-05/06/65

6

Gen CA 5

05/07/65-01/20/69

Ex CA 6

Gen CA 6

11/22/63-1/20/69

Ex CA 7

Gen CA 7

Ex CA 7/A

Ex CA 7/Argentina-U.S.

7

Ex CA 7/B

Ex CA 7/Brazil-U.S.

Ex CA 7/C

Ex CA 7/Canada-U.S.

11/22/63-05/20/65

8

Ex CA 7/Canada-U.S.

05/21/65-09/10/67

9

Ex CA 7/Canada-U.S.

09/11/67-01/20/69

Ex CA 7/Caribbean-U.S.

11/22/63-06/05/68

10

Ex CA 7/Caribbean-U.S.

06/06/68-01/20/69

Ex CA 7/Chile-U.S.

Ex CA 7/Colombia-U.S.

Ex CA 7/D

11

Ex CA 7/Ev

Ex CA 7/El Salvador-U.S.

Ex CA 7/F

12

Ex CA 7/G

Ex CA 7/Germany-U.S.

Ex CA 7/H

Ex CA 7/I

Ex CA 7/Italy-U.S.

13

Ex CA 7/J

Ex CA 7/Japan-U.S.

Ex CA 7/K

Ex CA 7/L

Ex CA 7/M

14

Ex CA 7/N

Ex CA 7/0

Ex CA 7/P

Ex CA 7/Peru

15

Ex CA 7/Puerto Rico-U.S.

Ex CA 7/Q

Ex CA 7/R

Ex CA 7/S

Ex CA 7/T

Ex CA 7/Transatlantic

02/18/64-11/19/65

16

Ex CA 7/Transatlantic

02/18/64-02/11/66

17

Ex CA 7/Transatlantic

02/12/66-01/20/69

Ex CA 7/Transpacific

18

Ex CA 7/U

Ex CA 7/United Kingdom-U.S.

11/22/63-10/01/68

19

Ex CA 7/United Kingdom-U.S.

10/02/68-01/20/69

Ex CA 7/V

Ex CA 7/W

Ex CA 7/XYZ

Gen CA 7/A-C

Gen CA 7/D-H

Gen CA 7/I

Gen CA 7/J-0

Gen CA 7/P

Gen CA 7/Q-S

Gen CA 7/T

Gen CA 7/U-Z