1. During 1953, did the Royal Canadian Air Force engage in flying between points other than points on class I scheduled routes for any departments of the government except the Department of National Defence?
2. If so, (a) what types of aircraft were employed and how many hours on each type; (b) what departments and how many passengers, pounds of cargo and pounds of mail were carried for each department?
3. During 1953, did the Royal Canadian Air Force engage in any flying within Canada except for the Department of National Defence or other government departments?
4. If so, (a) for whom; (b) what types of aircraft were employed, and how many hours on each type; (c) how many passengers and pounds of cargo were carried in each case?
5. Was any remuneration received for such flying?
6. If so, (a) from whom and how much in each case; (b) what was the rate charged per mile, per nour or per ton mile?
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Subtopic: R.C.A.F.-NON-MILITARY FLYING