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Here you can browse the Minutes of Evidence which were ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 19 December 2001.


MINUTES OF EVIDENCE

TAKEN BEFORE THE TRANSPORT, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND THE REGIONS COMMITTEE (TRANSPORT SUB-COMMITTEE)

WEDNESDAY 19 DECEMBER 2001


Members present:


Mrs Gwyneth Dunwoody, in the Chair
Andrew BennettMiss Anne McIntosh
Mr Brian H DonohoeMr Bill O'Brien
Mrs Louise EllmanDr John Pugh
Chris GraylingMr George Stevenson
Helen Jackson






CONTENTS

Examination of Witnesses

MR ROGER WILTSHIRE, Secretary General, British Air Transport Association, MR BOB PARKER-EATON, Deputy Managing Director, Britannia Airways, Mr Andrew Cahn, Director of Government and Industry Affairs, British Airways, MR BARRY HUMPHREYS, Director of External Affairs and Route Development, Virgin Atlantic Airways, and MR TOBY NICOL, Government and Commercial Affairs Manager, easyJet, examined.

Question Number

1 - 19

20 - 39

40 - 59

60 - 79

80 - 99

100 - 115



Examination of Witnesses

MR ED ANDERSON, Chairman, Airport Operators Association, and Managing Director, Leeds Bradford International Airport, MR KEITH JOWETT, Chief Executive, Airport Operators Association, and MR MIKE TOMS, Group Planning and Regulatory Affairs Director, BAA plc, examined.

Question Number

116 - 119

120 - 139

140 - 159

160 - 179

180 - 188



Examination of Witnesses

MR IAN FINDLAY, Prospect, National Officer, Aviation, MR ROBIN MORRIS, Prospect, Chair NATS Trade Union, MR JOHN MCGURK, Head of Research and Communication, BALPA, and MR ROGER KLINE, Principal Negotiator, BALPA, examined.

Question Number

189 - 199

200 - 219

220 - 224


 
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