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Fokkers at home in hostile territory
Fly-in, fly-out workers, tourists and resource executives have now replaced the missionaries, cattlemen and prospectors of the post-war years as passengers on WA’s internal air routes...
Jets herald era of fancy flight
At the close of World War II in 1945, the major builders of civil transport Douglas and Lockheed from the USA had two long-haul aircraft types in production — the DC-4/DC-6 and the Constellation that dominated aviation...
High times en route to Uluru
STEPHEN SCOURFIELD meets the crew on an unusual charter flight
More Australians taking out travel insurance
Survey reveals travel insurance an increasing priority for Australian travellers
Vast land connected by angels of the sky
RFDS is pushed to the limit in a record year, writes STEPHEN SCOURFIELD
Flying ICUs critical health link
As we travelled WA, we gave WA’s flying doctors their busiest months ever...
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