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Civil Aviation (Airway Blue Two)

Volume 486: debated on Wednesday 18 April 1951

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asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Civil Aviation why Airway Blue Two crosses the Isle of Arran at a height which is less than the safety height.

The lowest cruising altitude for this sector of Blue Two is specified in paragraph 6 of Appendix A to Notice to Airmen No. 93/51 and is 4,000 feet. This is greater than the safety height over the Isle of Arran.