HC Deb 17 October 1973 vol 861 c209W
Sir D. Dodds-Parker

asked the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry if he will give a general direction to British Airways to redesign the interior of aircraft in order to allow passengers to carry on a reasonable amount of baggage, as is done in North America.

Mr. Onslow

This is essentially a matter for the commercial judgment of the British Airways Board, and it would not be appropriate for me to issue a general direction. I am, however, drawing my hon. Friend's suggestion to the attention of BAB management and asking it to let him have its comments.

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