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Perth International Airport [picture] / Don Stephens
Bib ID 4968498
Format PicturePicture
Description Canberra : Department of Aviation (Australia), 1985 
1 poster : col. ill ; 42 x 60 cm. 
Summary

Features illustrations of the back of a Qantas jet, the proposed new Perth International Airport, the Americas Cup, and the logos of airlines operating from Perth Airport.

Notes

Catalogue record generated as part of a batch load.

Features a message from The Hon. RJL Hawke, Prime Minister, regarding the Perth Airport development and the 1987 America's Cup Challenge.

Subjects Travel posters, Australian.  |  Perth Airport (W.A.) -- Description and travel -- Posters.
Other authors/contributors Department of Aviation

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