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Wednesday, 20 April 1966


Mr SWARTZ - The Government has been concerned about this matter of parallel time tables of the major airlines for a considerable time, lt realises that the many problems associated with the question are not easy of solution. However, a decision has been made to set up an expert committee to inquire into the matter and to report to the Government, through the Minister for Civil Aviation, at a later date. The committee will be composed of senior officers of the Policy, Operations and Ground Facilities Branches of the Department of Civil Aviation. The terms of reference will be quite wide so that a full and careful investigation will be made. I understand that the committee will be established in the near future but I expect the investigations to take many months. I can assure the honorable member that when advice and recommendations are received from the committee they will be very carefully considered by the Government in conjunction with the airline operators.







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