TO GET NEWSLETTERThe Pan Am Shuttle plans to distribute gratis copies of a newsletter to passengers on afternoon flights from Washington to New York.
States News Service will publish the newsletter containing mostly information provided by United Press International, a news service.
Financial World magazine will handle advertising for the publication.
TO BOOST DAILY FLIGHTS
DALLAS - American Airlines will add 39 flights a day to its domestic route system in April as part of a plan to prepare for the peak summer travel season.
The increases are centered on American's hubs at Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Raleigh/Durham and Miami, as well as several markets in California.
Key features are the introduction on April 17 of the first commercial air service at Stewart International Airport at Newburgh, N.Y., the addition of two wide-body non-stop flights between Newark and Los Angeles, and the start of daily non-stop service between American's Miami hub and both Newark and New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport.
FEDERAL EXPRESS TO BUY
20 727-200S AND PARTS
WILMINGTON, Del. - BRNF Liquidating Trust will sell Federal Express Corp. 20 Boeing Co. 727-200 aircraft, 19 spare engines and certain equipment and spare parts previously under lease from Braniff Inc.
The agreement is subject to final approval by Federal Express' directors.
SPEEDY CRAY COMPUTER
DELIVERED TO BOEING
SEATTLE - Boeing Co. has taken delivery of what is generally considered the world's most powerful and fastest computer.
The Cray Research Inc. Y-MP supercomputer, costing about $20 million, was delivered to Boeing Computer Services data center in Bellevue, Wash.