§ 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.
§ Mr. ALBERY
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?