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Air Communications

Volume 409: debated on Tuesday 10 April 1945

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asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies if he can make a statement about post-war arrangements for the development and extension of air communications between and within the British West Indian Islands, British Guiana and British Honduras.

British West Indian Airways, Limited, of the capital of which the Government of Trinidad hold a substantial share, already maintain services covering many of the British West Indian islands. The extension of those services to the remaining British 'Colonies in the Caribbean is under consideration. It must depend upon the availability of additional aircraft and personnel among other factors.