THE GROUND-TO-AIR LINK.
THE Automobile Association announces that the Air Ministry has approved the A.A. telephone box at Lockwell Hill, 6 miles South of 011ertou on the Nottingham Road, as a point at which members may drop messages from aircraft for transmission by the A.A. Air Message Service.
Pilots are warned that messages should no longer be dropped at the A.A. telephone box at Merton cross-roads on the main road from Newark to Worksop as the heavy increase in traffic has rendered it unsafe to do so. In consequence therefore, this box has been withdrawn from the Air Message Service organisation.
An alteration to Sheet 5 of the A.A. General Flying Map of England is necessitated by the change, and members who possess this sheet may have it amended, without charge, by forwarding it to the Aviation Department, The Automobile Association, Panum House, New Coventry Street, London, W.1.
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