HC Deb 29 January 1930 vol 234 c994
56. Mr. ALBERY

asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air which were the principal Continental airports recently visited by him during his trip to study Continental air transport systems?

The UNDER-SECRETARY of STATE for AIR (Mr. Montague)

The airports which I visited were those at Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Copenhagen, Malmo, Lubeck, Travemunde, Berlin, Dresden, Prague, Vienna, Munich, Nurenburg, Frankfurt, Cologne and Brussels. So far the question is answered, but I would like to add that my journey over nine countries in ten different types of aeroplanes in four-and-a-half days afforded convincing evidence of the comfort and efficiency of Continental air travel.


Can the hon. Gentleman say by what staff he was accompanied, and whether he made the voyage as a guest of the Continental transport lines?