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Airline Competition Policy

Volume 77: debated on Monday 15 April 1985

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asked the Secretary of State for Transport when he expects the exchange of routes between British Airways and British Caledonian, set out in his 1984 White Paper on airline competition policy, to be completed.

The Civil Aviation Authority has licenced the two airlines for all points involved in the route exchange. Services are now being operated by British Airways to South America and by British Caledonian to Saudi Arabia. British Airways will no doubt serve the other points involved in the exchange when it judges them to be commercially attractive.