Qantas is planning a significant patch-up job on its over-crowded Perth domestic terminal, spending around $50 million to expand its overburdened check-in and security facilities - with Westralia Airports Corporation investing almost $20 million as well.The measure is considered an interim step and indicates that the long-awaited amalgamation of the domestic and international terminals is some way off."It was acknowledged that these works would provide a good deal of comfort for about seven years," a Perth Airport spokesman said.Tourism Council WA CEO Ron Buckey described the expansion as a stop-gap measure that was long overdue."We just hope that at some stage we could get the amalgamation of the Perth terminals," he said.
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