§ 42. Mr. Gammans
asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies if he will give a list of the services and the number of aeroplanes now being operated by British West Indian Airways.
§ Mr. George Hall
The company is now operating with six aircraft. As the list of the services at present operated by the company is a long one, with the permission of the hon. Member I will circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
§ Mr. Gammans
Can the right hon. Gentleman say whether this service is now increasing or decreasing compared with, say, a year ago?
§ Mr. Oliver Stanley
Can the right hon. Gentleman say whether the service is still in receipt of a subsidy from the Colonial Development and Welfare Fund?
§ Following is the list:
§ 1.Trinidad — Mackenzie (Br. Guiana) — Georgetown (British Guiana). (Three times weekly.)
§ 2 Barbados—Mackenzie—Georgetown. (Once weekly.)
§ 3 Trinidad—St. Lucia—Barbados. (Once weekly.)
§ 4 Trinidad—Grenada—Barbados. (Once weekly.)
§ 5 Trinidad—Grenada—Barbados—St. Lucia. (Once weekly.)
§ 6 Trinidad—Grenada—St. Lucia. (Once weekly.)
§ 7Trinidad—Grenada. (Five times weekly.)
§ 8 Trinidad—Tobago—Barbados. (Daily.)
§ 9 Trinidad—Tobago. (Five times weekly.)
§ 10 Trinidad—Grenada—Antigua—St. Kitts. (Once weekly.)
§ 11 Trinidad—Barbados—Antigua—St. Kitts. (Once weekly.)
§ 12 Trinidad—Barbados. (Daily.)
§ 13 Antigua—St. Kitts. (Twice weekly.)
§ 14 Trinidad—Barbados—Antigua—St. Kitts—Ciudad Trujillo (Dominican Republic)— Jamaica—Belize (Br. Honduras). (Once weekly.)