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It was not until 1962 that Western Australia was connected with a direct jet flight to London.  The replacement of prop-driven aircraft with the jet significantly reduced travel times, increased the number of people carried on a flight and increased the numbers of flights between destinations, helping to reduce costs and make air travel more affordable for Western Australians. 



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