HC Deb 27 April 1932 vol 265 cc387-8W

asked the Postmaster-General whether, in view of the regularity which has marked the air-mail services to India and Africa since their inception, he can state what steps are being taken to bring this fact to the notice of the public in order that the amount of such mails and the revenue therefrom shall be expanded as rapidly as possible?


Full particulars of the air mail services to India and Africa, including the saving of time offered, are given in the Air Mail leaflets issued twice yearly, which are distributed free of charge to a large number of firms and individuals, and are also available at any post office. Various particulars of the services also appear in the Post Office Daily List, and in the mailing lists of the principal newspapers in London and the provinces.