HC Deb 18 August 1919 vol 119 cc1955-6W
Lieut.-Commander KENWORTHY

asked the Under-Secretary of State to the Air Department whether it is intended to attempt a flight to India by rigid airship; what is the estimated cost, including the return journey, of such a flight; how many officers and other ranks, respectively, will be required on the line of flight, including the Indian terminus; and whether Treasury approval for the estimated expenditure has been sought and granted?

Major-General SEELY

The reply to the first part of the hon. and gallant Member's question is that there is no present intention of arranging a flight by rigid airship to India. The remainder of his question, therefore, does not arise.