I shall certainly write to the hon. Gentleman in greater detail about the three points that I have not covered, particularly the last one.
I was not wholly surprised at the amount of debate which the Bill has generated, even though it could easily be seen as a mere technical measure both in Committee and the House. Aviation is an important subject. I fully understand that, whenever hon. Members have the opportunity to debate it, they use it to bring to the Government's attention some of the issues which are important to them and their constituents. It is right that they should do so, and we shall take note of the number of comments made not only by Members who have airports in the vicinity of their constituency, but by those who would like more development of regional airports, to which the Government are wholly committed and feel is important.
In the light of those debates, I commend the Bill to the House and trust that hon. Members will agree to give it a Third Reading.