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Airline Licences

Volume 19: debated on Monday 1 March 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for Trade under what statutory powers he or the Civil Aviation Authority may investigate the accounts and financial operations of British airlines granted licences to operate by the Civil Aviation Authority.

Under section 35 of the Civil Aviation Act 1971, the Civil Aviation Authority may require the holder of an air transport licence to furnish it with information which relates to his past, present or future activities and which the authority considers it requires for the purpose of reviewing the licence.