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Thursday, 4 May 1939


Mr FAIRBAIRN - I cannot undertake to make a statement in the very near future with regard to the rationalization of airways and the matter of subsidies. I know that my predecessor has done a tremendous amount of work in regard to these matters, and that there is a very large file in regard to them in the department. I cannot undertake to examine such a large file carefully within a short space of time. I realize, however, that it is essential that some decision should be made in the near future because of the uncertainty under which the companies are operating. In reply to the second part of the question inquiries are being made at present into the possibility of using aero clubs and flying schools for the training of reserve pilots.







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