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Deregulation of regional flights slowed

The state government has decided to maintain regulation of regional aviation at a higher level than had been recommended in a review last year.

Today’s release of the Department of Transport’s final report on the review of regulated regular public transport (RPT) air routes contains changes from the department’s review position paper released last year.

Notably the Learmonth (Exmouth), Albany, Esperance, and Derby routes are to retain more state government regulation than the initial position paper had suggested.

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