1. Do Trans-Canada Air Lines planes approaching the Moose Jaw area normally contact the Royal Canadian Air Force station control tower, in order to permit the authorities to alert military planes?
2. Do Trans-Canada Air Lines delayed flights approaching the Moose Jaw area notify the Royal Canadian Air Force station control tower?
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3. If not, has such a step been considered as a safety measure to prevent future air collisions?
4. Have the responsible authorities considered requesting Trans-Canada Air Lines planes to increase their altitude from 6,000 feet to 7,000 or 8,000 feet over training areas, where Harvard or similar planes ordinarily would not be flying?
5. Have the authorities considered asking Trans-Canada Air Lines to illuminate the exterior of their planes more clearly on night flights, as a safety measure?
Subtopic: TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES SAFETY MEASURES