C. R. Smith Quotes

A problem is something you have hopes of changing. Anything else is a fact of life.

We’re going to make the best impression on the traveling public, and we’re going to make a pile of extra dough just from being first.

The future of the airlines lay in hauling people, not in hauling mail for the government.

These days no one can make money on the goddamn airline business. The economics represent sheer hell.

It was the first airplane . . . that could make money just by hauling passengers.