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Q: Yet, as Mockford was to recall later, not everyone was pleased in the early days of commercial flying to be saddled with a radio on the plane. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Yet, as Mockford was to recall later, not everyone was pleased in the early days of commercial flying to be saddled with a radio on the plane. "

It means that when the radio was first added to the plane, most people did not like having a radio on the plane.

Mockford is just remembering that even though at the time of writing モックフォード書いている時点で , radio is very common , but previously, when it was first added to the plane, many people did not like it.

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