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Tuesday, 9 May 1972
Page: 1420

Senator BISHOP (SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - I ask the Minister for Civil Aviation: Since his recent answer about investigations into the question of low cost domestic airline fares in relation to the new low fares for international charter services, has it been decided as reported currently in the Press that no further action will be taken by the domestic airlines on this matter?

Senator COTTON - The query can be answered by saying: Certainly it has not been decided by myself and the Department of Civil Aviation that no further action in this matter will be taken. We will continue our work to try to bring about a situation in which it is economically possible and is wise and sensible to have opportunities for concession arrangements in Australia for domestic travel.

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