52. Control of air transport.

A detailed examination of the authorities concerned with carriage by air is outside the scope of this title1. The Civil Aviation Authority is established with the task of regulating the British aviation industry as a whole2, and is charged with the duty of performing its functions3 in the manner which it considers is best calculated to secure that British airlines provide air transport services which satisfy all substantial categories of public demand (so far as British airlines may reasonably be expected to provide such services) at the lowest charges consistent with a high standard of operational safety and an