§ 83. Mr. Lennox-Boyd
asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Civil Aviation whether he will make a statement on the proposal of B.E.A.C. to allow private companies to operate scheduled services, explaining whether any contracts have been placed, and to whom and on what terms.
§ 85. Colonel J. R. H. Hutchison
asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Civil Aviation how many air routes with one terminal in Great Britain have been made available to charter companies and other private operators as associated companies with B.E.A.C.; and on what terms and conditions.
§ Mr. Lindgren
I would refer the hon. Members to the reply I gave my hon. Friend the Member for Central Bristol (Mr. Awbery) on 16th June last. Since then two further inclusive tours have been approved, between Newcastle and Belfast and Croydon and Dinard respectively, and I give the details below. My noble Friend is actively considering all the issues of policy involved.
Following are the details: