TWO months ago we made certain comments on the British Government's plans for civil aviation as outlined in a speech in the House OF Lords by the Minister of Civil Aviation, Lord Winster, on November 1, 1945. Among our criticisms was the inevitable delay that would be caused by the decision to impose State Ownership on the three air transport organizations that had been proposed by the previous Government eight months earlier. Our forebodings have been proved by events to be only too well founded, though we freely confess that we never envisaged such unconscionable delay as is in fact occurring.
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