National Geographic : 1939 Jun
806 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph courtesy Scottish Airways, Ltd. ALTHOUGH THE MAILBOAT WAS DISABLED AND STORMBOUND, THIS PLANE TOOK THE MAILS THROUGH Wind and sea interrupted the schedule of the Pioneer, plying between Renfrew, Campbeltown, and the island of Islay, Scotland. Northern and Scottish Airways co-operated with the General Post Office by carrying the forty-three sacks of mail in four trips. Photograph by Hugo Edlund LAPP CHILDREN FROM THE FAR NORTH TAKE HAPPILY TO THE AIR Wearing the costumes of their native district, the youngsters enjoyed a flight over Stockholm during a visit to the "big city." A school class at Bromma Airport (page 808).