Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Aviation

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  • Prestwick Airport (International Services) (8 speeches)

    asked the Minister 2. of Aviation if he will ensure that no restrictions are put on international services using Prestwick Airport.

  • Supersonic Boom (8 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Aviation whether he is supporting research to investigate the possibilities of eliminating the boom from supersonic flight.

  • Shobdon Aerodrome (9 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Aviation if he will seek to acquire Shobdon aerodrome in order to keep it open for civil flying.

  • Sir William Strath (8 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Aviation if permission was sought by or given to Sir William Strath, who was Permanent Secretary of his Department in 1959–60, to become chair-man of British Aluminium...

  • Missiles (Contracts) (10 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Aviation why cost-plus con-tracts were undertaken for the three missiles Sea slug, Thunderbird and Fire-streak, which were originally estimated To cost £8 millions...

  • Private Firms (Contracts) (6 speeches)

    Mr. Lee: asked the Minister of Aviation if he will change the conditions of contracting between his Department and private firms to ensure that the outturn of each contract, and access to the...

  • Fatal Accidents (8 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Aviation if he will state the number of fatal accidents on scheduled and non-scheduled air services in the first quarter of 1964 with the comparable figures for 1962 and...

  • Aircraft (Terrain Avoidance Systems) (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Aviation what studies are being undertaken into the feasibility of terrain avoidance systems, with a view to reducing accidents involving civil transport aircraft.

  • United States, Bahamas and Bermuda (Air Traffic) (8 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Aviation what proportion of the air traffic from the United States to the Bahamas and Bermuda, respectively, is carried by British airlines.

  • B.O.A.C.-Cunard (Traffic) (6 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Aviation if he will publish the statistics available to him regarding the proportion of traffic carried by the British Overseas Airways Corporation-Cunard since it was...