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WAN-0030101 © WestPix PILOT MISS AMY JOHNSON ARRIVES IN PERTH AFTER HER SOLO FLIGHT FROM ENGLAND TO AUSTRALIA. 5 JULY 1930.
TWA-0067449 © WestPix Qantas Group chief executive officer Alan Joyce announce that Qantas will commence direct flights from Perth to London. Picture: Mogens Johansen, The West Australian
KGM-0031875 © WestPix Kalgoorlie-Boulder contractor David Simcox from Global Integrated Services installed parking meters at Kalgoorlie Boulder Airport yesterday. Picture: Elaine Cooney
TWA-0064269 © WestPix Blaine Gibson, the US wreckage hunter, with a new piece of wreckage from MH370. Blaine is pictured with what is believed to be a piece of the cabin. Picture: Ian Munro The West Australian. 06/09/2016
KGM-0029690 © WestPix Seaplane just crashed into the swan river.  Picture Daniel Wilkins The West Australian
TWA-0062414 © WestPix Virgin Australia has unveiled what it calls the future of airport operations at the new T1 Domestic Terminal at Perth Airport, which will open to flights on November 22. Picture: Robert Duncan The West Australian
SUN-1401010 © WestPix Surf Life Saving WA trial of drones at Perth beaches. Pictured - SLSWA lifesaving contract services manager Pete Scott with the DJI Phantom 4, just after City Beach was reopened due to a shark alarm. Picture: Daniel Wilkins
SUN-1401015 © WestPix Surf Life Saving WA trial of drones at Perth beaches. Pictured - The DJI Phantom 4, flies over CIty Beach just after it was evacuated due to a shark alarm. Picture: Daniel Wilkins
TWA-0061719 © WestPix Virgin Australia has unveiled what it calls the future of airport operations at the new T1 Domestic Terminal at Perth Airport, which will open to flights on November 22. Virgin Australia Group Chief Executive Officer John Borghetti (left) and Perth Airport CEO Brad Geatches. Picture: Robert Duncan The West Australian
TWA-0061386 © WestPix An airport work at Skippers Aviation has been ran over by a refuelling truck. It happened about 6am. He was taken to RPH priority 1 in a critical condition.  Picture: Daniel Wilkins
TWA-0059574 © WestPix AN OVERTURNED SIX-SEATER CESSNA 206 AIRCRAFT WHICH MADE A FORCED LANDING ON MCGILLIVRAY OVAL IN SHENTON PARK. 5 DECEMBER 1966.
TWA-0059576 © WestPix PILOT MALCOLM YEO PICTURED RECOVERING IN ROYAL PERTH HOSPITAL AFTER HIS SIX-SEATER CESSNA 206 AIRCRAFT CRASHED LANDED ON MCGILLIVRAY OVAL IN SHENTON PARK AFTER LOSING POWER. HE HAS FIFTEEN STITCHES IN A CUT TO HIS HEAD AND SEVEN IN HIS LEFT EYEBROW. 5 DECEMBER 1966.
KGM-0027442 © WestPix Goldfields Air Services aircraft maintenance engineer Yvette Smith, avionics apprentice Isaac Howard and pilot John Boag with ASIC the cat. Picture: Jessica Cummins
KGM-0027231 © WestPix Pilot Katie Basso, 16, and chief flying instructor James Lucas. (Picture: Louise White) 5th October 2016
KGM-0027232 © WestPix Chief flying instructor James Lucas and pilot Katie Basso, 16. (Picture: Louise White) 5th October 2016
TWA-0053338 © WestPix MH370 evidence - Blaine Gibson with the very significant piece of debris that he will hand to the ATSB in Canberra tomorrow.  Picture: Geoffrey Thomas  The West Australian
TWA-0053171 © WestPix Baishuan Fu, Jennifer Chong, Jiang Hui, Grace Nathan. Relatives of MH370 victims speak to media about how the tragedy has affected them and why governments should keep up the search. Picture: Simon Santi The West Australian
TWA-0052959 © WestPix Blaine Gibson the US wreckage hunter with a new piece of wreckage from MH370. Blaine is pictured with what is believed to  be a piece of the cabin. Picture: Ian Munro The West Australian 06/09/2016
KGM-0025229 © WestPix Rob Clement, Jarrah Calder and Christian Rice wait at Kalgoorlie-Boulder airport as their plane is forced to turn back to Perth, unable to land due to heavy fog. (Picture: Louise White) 20th July 2016
KGM-0025230 © WestPix Rob Clement, Jarrah Calder and Christian Rice wait at Kalgoorlie-Boulder airport as their plane is forced to turn back to Perth, unable to land due to heavy fog. (Picture: Louise White) 20th July 2016
GGU-0006159 © WestPix The central blaze took around ten fire personnel and four hoses to bring under control. Plane crash exercise at the Geraldton Airport. Picture: Jon Solmundson The Geraldton Guardian
GGU-0006160 © WestPix Madi Gallov gets the role of victim impaled by a piece of metal, while Taylah Horsham deals with some lacerations. Plane crash exercise at the Geraldton Airport. Picture: Jon Solmundson The Geraldton Guardian
GGU-0006161 © WestPix This man, calling out for his wife, must be carried by rescue volunteers as he is not strong enough to walk. Plane crash exercise at the Geraldton Airport. Picture: Jon Solmundson The Geraldton Guardian
GGU-0006162 © WestPix Volunteer firefighters hose down the small plane quickly, putting the fire out within minutes of arriving on scene. Plane crash exercise at the Geraldton Airport. Picture: Jon Solmundson The Geraldton Guardian
GGU-0006163 © WestPix Fire rescue volunteers carry victims from the wreckage to the triage area. Plane crash exercise at the Geraldton Airport. Picture: Jon Solmundson The Geraldton Guardian
GGU-0006164 © WestPix As soon as medical personnel arrive on scene they begin ferrying victims away from the wreckage, towards the ambulances. Plane crash exercise at the Geraldton Airport. Picture: Jon Solmundson The Geraldton Guardian
GGU-0006165 © WestPix All of the volunteers who helped run the simulation line up for a debriefing after lunch. Plane crash exercise at the Geraldton Airport. Picture: Jon Solmundson The Geraldton Guardian
GGU-0006166 © WestPix Four ambulances set up an emergency medical area, from which victims are ferried to the terminal if they are seeking family, or to hospital if they need immediate treatment. Plane crash exercise at the Geraldton Airport. Picture: Jon Solmundson The Geraldton Guardian
GGU-0006167 © WestPix Geraldton Police act as operational control, planting their headquarters in a building on the edge of the airfield. Plane crash exercise at the Geraldton Airport. Picture: Jon Solmundson The Geraldton Guardian
TWA-0046964 © WestPix Virgin Australia has unveiled what it calls the future of airport operations at the new T1 Domestic Terminal at Perth Airport, which will open to flights on November 22. Picture: Robert Duncan The West Australian
TWA-0046161 © WestPix A Virgin Australia plane at Perth Airport. (File pic.) 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026612 © WestPix Antonov AN-225 departure from Perth in the early morning. Picture: Geoffrey Thomas
HAY-0006132 © WestPix Departure of the Antonov AN-225 from Perth Airport in the early morning. Picture: Hayden Lamb
HAY-0006133 © WestPix Departure of the Antonov AN-225 from Perth Airport in the early morning. Picture: Hayden Lamb
WAN-0026585 © WestPix The AN-225 Antonov arrives in Perth. Picture: Simon Hydzik  7 News
WAN-0026586 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 dwarfs a 160-seat Virgin Boeing 737 as it comes into land at Perth Airport. Picture: Geoffrey Thomas 15 May 2016
WAN-0026587 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. The Antonov taxis in to park. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026588 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026589 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026590 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. Airport workers line up to see the big aircraft. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026591 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport and receives a welcome from water cannons. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026592 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport and receives a welcome from water cannons. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026593 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. Airport personnel take photos of the water cannon. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026594 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. An airport worker is dwarfed by the plane. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026595 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. Airport workers are dwarfed by the Antonov. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026596 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. Airport workers are dwarfed by the Antonov. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026597 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026598 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026599 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. The plane's nose lifts into the air. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026600 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. The plane's nose lifts into the air. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026601 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. The Antonov taxis in to park. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026602 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. The Antonov taxis in to park. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026603 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. The Antonov taxis in to park. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026604 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. A Civil Aviation Safety Authority inspector is dwarfed by the plane. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026605 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. A Civil Aviation Safety Authority inspector is dwarfed by the plane. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026606 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. A Civil Aviation Safety Authority inspector is dwarfed by the plane. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026607 © WestPix The Antonov An-225 Mriya - the largest aircraft in the world and the only one of its type - lands at Perth Airport on Runway 21. The plane's nose lifts into the air. 15 MAY 2016 Picture: Danella Bevis The West Australian
WAN-0026615 © WestPix The Antonov AN-225 at Perth Airport. Picture: Geoffrey Thomas
WAN-0026616 © WestPix The Antonov AN-225 at Perth Airport. Picture: Geoffrey Thomas
WAN-0026617 © WestPix The Antonov AN-225 at Perth Airport. Picture: Geoffrey Thomas
WAN-0026618 © WestPix The Antonov AN-225 at Perth Airport. Picture: Geoffrey Thomas
WAN-0026619 © WestPix The Antonov AN-225 at Perth Airport. Picture: Geoffrey Thomas
WAN-0026620 © WestPix The Antonov AN-225 at Perth Airport. Picture: Geoffrey Thomas
WAN-0026621 © WestPix The Antonov AN-225 at Perth Airport. Picture: Geoffrey Thomas
WAN-0026622 © WestPix The Antonov AN-225 at Perth Airport. Picture: Geoffrey Thomas
WAN-0026623 © WestPix The Antonov AN-225 at Perth Airport. Picture: Geoffrey Thomas
WAN-0026624 © WestPix The giant Antonov AN-225 arrives at Perth Airport.  Picture Geoffrey Thomas The West Australian
WAN-0026625 © WestPix The giant Antonov AN-225 arrives at Perth Airport.  Picture Geoffrey Thomas The West Australian
WAN-0026626 © WestPix The giant Antonov AN-225 arrives at Perth Airport.  Picture Geoffrey Thomas The West Australian
WAN-0026627 © WestPix The giant Antonov AN-225 arrives at Perth Airport.  Picture Geoffrey Thomas The West Australian
WAN-0026628 © WestPix The giant Antonov AN-225 arrives at Perth Airport.  Picture Geoffrey Thomas The West Australian
TWA-0043836 © WestPix A balloon sails peacefully through the sky near Northam during an early morning  ballooning experience with Avon Valley ballooning company Windward Balloon Adventures.  Picture: Bill Hatto/The West Australian 7 June 2010
NWT-0003430 © WestPix Front page of the North West Telegraph for the 6th April 2016. Big plane lifts hub hopes.
TWA-0042275 © WestPix Niall McIlroy "flies" the 787 Dreamliner simulator at the Boeing Training Centre.
TWA-0042276 © WestPix The 787 Dreamliner simulator at the Boeing Training Centre at Changi. Pictures: Niall McIlroy
TWA-0040767 © WestPix A range of aircraft on display at the Boeing stand.
TWA-0040768 © WestPix A Scoot Dreamliner on the tarmac at the airshow.
TWA-0040769 © WestPix A SPYDER surface-to-air missile system owned by the Singapore Air Force.
TWA-0040770 © WestPix First Officer Jonathan Liew in the cockpit of the dreamliner.
TWA-0040771 © WestPix Singapore Airshow: Somersaulting fighter jets aren't the only aircrafts attracting Niall McIlroy's attention at the biennial air show.
TWA-0040772 © WestPix Vice-president for marketing at Boeing commercial airplanes Randy Tinseth and Scoot chief executive Campbell Wilson.
KGM-0021935 © WestPix Mayor John Bowler, Former Mayor Ron Yuryevich and CEO John Walker in front of the new sign at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport. (Picture: Louise White) 26th February 2016
KGM-0021936 © WestPix Mayor John Bowler, Former Mayor Ron Yuryevich and CEO John Walker in front of the new sign at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport. (Picture: Louise White) 26th February 2016
WAN-0023923 © WestPix Fiona Lander, executive general manager of corporate affairs at Perth Airport, with waiter Shelby Pringle, in the Long Neck Public House bar and restaurant at the T1 Virgin Australia domestic terminal at Perth Airport. PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
WAN-0023924 © WestPix Fiona Lander, executive general manager of corporate affairs at Perth Airport, with waiter Shelby Pringle, in the Long Neck Public House bar and restaurant at the T1 Virgin Australia domestic terminal at Perth Airport. PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
WAN-0023925 © WestPix Fiona Lander, executive general manager of corporate affairs at Perth Airport, with waiter Shelby Pringle, in the Long Neck Public House bar and restaurant at the T1 Virgin Australia domestic terminal at Perth Airport. PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
WAN-0023926 © WestPix Fiona Lander, executive general manager of corporate affairs at Perth Airport, with waiter Shelby Pringle, in the Long Neck Public House bar and restaurant at the T1 Virgin Australia domestic terminal at Perth Airport. PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
WAN-0023927 © WestPix Fiona Lander, executive general manager of corporate affairs at Perth Airport, with waiter Shelby Pringle, in the Long Neck Public House bar and restaurant at the T1 Virgin Australia domestic terminal at Perth Airport. PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
WAN-0023928 © WestPix Fiona Lander, executive general manager of corporate affairs at Perth Airport, with waiter Shelby Pringle, in the Long Neck Public House bar and restaurant at the T1 Virgin Australia domestic terminal at Perth Airport. PICTURE: NIC ELLIS   THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
TWC-0028108 © WestPix Delegates to the UN Security Council pause for a minutes silence before they vote on a resolution regarding Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.  29 July 2015. Photo by Trevor Collens
TWC-0028109 © WestPix Delegates to the UN Security Council vote on a resolution regarding Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.  29 July 2015. Photo by Trevor Collens
TWC-0028110 © WestPix Foreign Minister Julie Bishop in the UN Security Council where she delivered a statement regarding Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 downed over Ukraine. 29 July 2015. Photo by Trevor Collens
SWT-1400805 © WestPix Water bombers attend a fire along Boyanup Picton Road on Monday afternoon, 4 January 2016,   Picture: Jon Gellweiler
TWA-0025538 © WestPix DEFENCE. Airshow at Pearce Air Base from the air. Credit Geoffrey Thomas
TWA-0026760 © WestPix Virgin Australia has unveiled what it calls the future of airport operations at the new T1 Domestic Terminal at Perth Airport, which will open to flights on November 22. Virgin Australia Group Chief Executive Officer John Borghetti (blue tie) and Perth Airport CEO Brad Geatches. Robert Duncan The West Australian
KGM-0008813 © WestPix Owen Hinton, Adam Cockburn, Tim Neeson at Hannans Lake with their drones.
TWA-0020802 © WestPix L-R Virgin Flight Attendants, Zoe Patterson, Louise Highfield and Ciara Roche, in the new Virgin Terminal, T1 Domestic. Picture: Ben Crabtree The West Australian. 18/11/2015
TWA-0020836 © WestPix L-R Virgin Flight Attendants, Zoe Patterson, Louise Highfield and Ciara Roche, in the new Virgin Terminal, T1 Domestic. Picture: Ben Crabtree The West Australian. 18/11/2015
TWA-0020220 © WestPix WWII veterans Wilbur Towler (91), Rodney Harrison (91), Alan Forbes (93), Andy Anderson (93) Peter Munro (90) and (seated) Ken Robinson (91) in front of a Lancaster bomber at the Bullcreek Aviation museum.Picture: Mogens Johansen, The West Australian
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