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Airline shakeup hits regions

Transport Minister Troy Buswell has announced a shakeup for Western Australia's regional skies, with competition introduced on two popular regional routes, from Perth to Geraldton and Exmouth.

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Albany
Your headline "Airline Shake Up" borders on nonsense, especially if you happen to live in Albany! Lets cut the spin and stick to the facts. The people of Albany have been totally abandoned: no competition,no public consultation and the most expensive regional air route in Australia. It gets worse, all this has been locked away in some shabby five year arrangement. Almost forgot, the Buswell special, now we have the opportunity to extend your trip to Perth by an hour by traveling via Busselton, at least it was'nt Broome! What Mr Buswell has surrendered is credibility and any prospect of the Libs winnning back Albany. An appaulling outcome although not for Skywest shareholders. Ray Hammond

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