C.A. Form 107 Air Travel Requisition - 1945

During the Second World War the civil airlines continued to operate, albeit with routes and schedules to primarily meet military transport requirements. Places on flights were strictly controlled, and most were reserved for people travelling in support of the war effort or on other essential business.

The C.A. Form 107 below was a travel Requisition issued by DCA in June 1945 for Michael Krizos, an Electrical Engineer, to travel between Tennant Creek and Daly Waters, in the Northern Territory, on work connected with electricity supply. The Requisition was to be exchanged at the local Guinea Airways booking office for a ticket.


(Maurice Austin collection)

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