HC Deb 27 November 1933 vol 283 c526W

asked the Postmaster-General whether he has further investigated the possibility of simplifying and reducing air-mail fees in order to remove one of the obstacles to the expansion of air-mail?


It is still the case, as I pointed out in my reply to my hon. Friend on the same subject on 10th April last, that the charges to the public for the use of each air service or group of air services are fixed at the lowest possible point, and that there are no profits available which could be used to set off un-remunerative rates. The situation is also unchanged so far as the question of adopting an average charge is concerned.

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