HC Deb 17 July 1946 vol 425 c1206
28. Mr. Dye

asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air whether, in view of the disturbance to the inhabitants of Feltwell caused by low-flying aircraft during the hours of darkness, he will give consideration to the complaints brought to his notice by the hon. Member for South-West Norfolk, and alter the training arrangements from the nearby airfield.

Mr. de Freitas

I sympathise with these complaints, but I am afraid that night flying training must continue from Feltwell. We have already reduced this training over all the United Kingdom to a bare minimum, and we are doing all we can to avoid centres of population.