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Friday, 5 May 1939


Mr Curtin n asked the Minister for Civil Aviation, upon notice -

1.   Has the Government assumed, as part of its policy to develop civil aviation, the responsibility of providing navigation aids and other facilities for the purpose of promoting the safety of commercial air line services?

2.   Are our aerodromes modern and up to date, and capable of landing large commercial aeroplanes under all conditions?

3.   If not, what steps does the Government propose to take to modernize our aerodromes?


Mr Fairbairn - I am giving consideration to the honorable member's questions, and I shall make considered replies at the earliest possible opportunity. aircourtofinquiry.


Mr Sheehan n asked the Minister for Civil Aviation, upon notice -

When will the promise given on the 12th December last that an Air Court of Inquiry would be established to deal with air crashes of a serious nature be fulfilled?


Mr Fairbairn - I am giving consideration to the honorable member's question, and I shall make a considered reply at the earliest possible opportunity.







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