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Wednesday, 31 March 1965

Senator CAVANAGH (SOUTH AUSTRALIA) asked the Minister for Civil Aviation, upon notice -

1.   Has Trims-Australia Airlines, by a decision of the Director-General of Civil Aviation, been refused the right to fly from Adelaide to Canberra on a Tuesday, the day South Australian members of the Federal Parliament use the Adelaide to Canberra service and one of the few days this service flies fully loaded?

2.   As the only permissible flight leaving Adelaide airport for Canberra on the first day of the 1965 sittings of the Federal Parliament was two hours late, and busy members of Parliament were forced to wait for that period at Adelaide airport, will the Minister restore the two company air system which the Government supports and enable members to have a choice of airlines and the opportunity to support whichever company can fly according to schedule?

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