HC Deb 13 November 1930 vol 244 cc1887-8W

asked the Postmaster-General if any arrangements have been made for the provision of non-stop night-flying air-mail services to Continental capitals?


I have been asked to reply. The necessary ground organisation for night flying has been provided on the routes connecting London and many of the Continental capitals. The question of establishing non-stop night-flying services over these routes is, however, primarily one for decision by the operating companies concerned. I would add that a conference, at which the air and postal administrations of 10 European States were represented, was held last month in Brussels for the preliminary consideration of various questions connected with night air-mail services, and will be followed by another conference next spring.