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Air Services (United Kingdom-United States Agreement)

Volume 934: debated on Thursday 30 June 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for Trade which British airlines were designated as carriers to Los Angeles under the Bermuda Agreement; and which airline has now been so designated under the revised air services agreement.

Under the 1946 Bermuda Agreement, British Airways and British Caledonian were designated for the Los Angeles route. Under the new agree- ment I intend, as I announced in my statement of 23rd June, to keep open the choice of the route, other than New York, on which two British carriers can be designated.