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Civil Aviation

Volume 393: debated on Wednesday 3 November 1943

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asked the Secretary of State for Air whether, following the successful completion of the Empire Civil Aviation Conference in London, any arrangements have yet been made for an international conference to consider the same subject; and, if so, who will represent this country?

No arrangements have yet been made for an international conference on civil aviation, but when arrangements are made a list of the representatives will be published.

In view of the very active steps being taken, and the very large sums being expended, in the United States on planning for post-war civil aviation, will my right hon. Friend see that a conference between the United States and this country is held at an early date, so that some agreement may be reached?

I can assure my hon. and gallant Friend that there will be no avoidable delay.