Repairing Airplanes Inflight, From the Outside (Jun, 1930)
Youthful Miami Inventor Blazes Another Trail in the Safety of Flying
ONE of the difficulties of air travel is the impossibility of making repairs outside of the cockpit while the ship is in flight. This holds particularly true when the trouble is centered about the tail. James Terry, inventor, of Miami, Fla., is shown demonstrating his safety device which makes it possible to make repairs without landing.