§ Mr. W. Roberts
asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air what are the basic pay and allowances of a married flight-lieutenant, aged 30, serving at a home station, for whom no married officers' quarters are provided at the public expense, and a married newly promoted squadron-leader serving under the same conditions, respectively; and what is the average age of promotion to the rank of squadron-leader?1173W
§ Sir P. Sassoon
The daily rates as asked for are £1 5s. 4d. pay and 12s. 7d. allowances for the flight-lieutenant, and £1 10s. 10d. pay and 12S. 9d. allowances for the squadron-leader. The average age of promotion to the rank of squadron-leader for the latter half of 1936 was 34⅔ years.