HC Deb 03 March 1926 vol 192 cc1427-8

asked the Secretary for Mines whether, in view of the increasing damage to dwelling houses and public buildings, the owners of which are suffering hardship by reason of the financial loss sustained through the effect of subsidence due to underground work

of accidents during 1924 and 1925 in which civilians carried by civil air services operating to and from this country were involved, and the number of fatalities?


As regards British civil air lines, there were in 1924 one fatal accident involving eight deaths and three accidents without casualties; there were no accidents in 1925. As regards accidents on foreign air lines in this country, there were two accidents without casualties in 1924, and one fatal accident involving one death and injuries to two passengers and two accidents without casualties in 1925.