FOR some time past, His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom, in consultation with the Governments of other Commonwealth countries, have been giving close attention to the problems of international civil air transport and to the general principles which should govern the post‐war arrangements. The Canadian Government have already published their proposals, other Commonwealth Governments have announced their views and it now seems appropriate that His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom should lay before Parliament the plan which they, for their part, favour for the ordering of post‐war air transport.
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