Mr. MACKENZIE KING:
The whole question of air routes after the war is one of the most important and at the same time one of the largest questions which not only this government but all the governments have to face. For some time past there has been consideration of matters related to the question. of aviation in its different aspects, but I would not wish to describe what has taken place thus far as being in the nature of negotiations. The stage of negotiations has not been reached, but the whole subject is being considered very carefully so that when the time does come to discuss these matters in a final way the government will be fully informed and prepared to make its own decision in respect thereto.
Subtopic: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS