Britain and Post-War Aviation

Young, Michael
November 1943
New Republic;11/22/43, Vol. 109 Issue 21, p714
Discusses about the future of aviation in Great Britain. Details of the first Empire Air Conference opened recently in London; Compensation in British possession of a world network of air bases; Sensitivity of the Joint Air Transport Committee, representing the Federation of British Industries, the Associated Chambers of Commerce and the London Chamber of Commerce, on freedom of air; Public awareness on the importance of aviation; Need to eliminate subsidies and establish full freedom of the air.


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