§ 17. Lieut.-Colonel GAULT
asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air if his attention has been drawn to the large number of Britishers travelling to and from the East by the K. L. M. line instead of by Imperial Airways; whether this is due to a better and faster service provided by the K. L. M. Company or to insufficient accommodation provided by Imperial Airways; and if he will take steps to see that our imperial air-lines are so developed in speed and service as to attract the bulk of the travelling public?
§ Sir P. SASSOON
I have no information to confirm the suggestion contained in the first part of my hon. and gallant Friend's question, and I would not in any case subscribe to the possibilities suggested in the second part.