§ 25. Mr. EVERARD
asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air whether facilities can be given to Members of Parliament 1122 who fly to London, instead of using the railway vouchers, to use, free of charge, the most convenient Government aerodrome?
§ Sir P. SASSOON
It is not considered practicable to adopt the suggestion that free facilities in another sphere should be granted as a substitute for the free issue of railway vouchers.
§ Mr. EVERARD
Is the Under-Secretary aware that there would be considerable saving to the Exchequer because in every case the cost of the railway voucher would be much more than the cost of travelling by aircraft?
§ Mr. HANNON
Has the Under-Secretary any idea of how many Members of this House have intimated their desire of flying to London?