DURING the late 40s the impetus given to air transport development by the war began to spread to some of the then more remote parts of the world. The lack of certain parallel developments on the ground became apparent, in particular the need for better communication facilities and air traffic control. War‐time necessities had led to the building up of satisfactory communications and an air traffic control system in Europe and parts of the Middle East, but the operational needs of airlines now had to be met outside these areas, for example in North Africa, Central Africa, and the area around the Arabian or Persian Gulf as it is variously called. This led to the formation of International Aeradio Ltd. in 1947.
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