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The Airport line is a future commuter rail service on the Transperth network, in Perth, Western Australia, that is planned to open on 9 October 2022. It is 25.4 kilometres (15.8 mi) long, and goes between High Wycombe and Claremont, via Perth Airport and Bayswater. The section between High Wycombe and Bayswater will use all new infrastructure, built between 2016 and 2022. In contrast, the section between Bayswater and Perth will share infrastructure with the Midland and Morley–Ellenbrook lines, and the section between Perth and Claremont with the Fremantle line.

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  • The Airport line is a future commuter rail service on the Transperth network, in Perth, Western Australia, that is planned to open on 9 October 2022. It is 25.4 kilometres (15.8 mi) long, and goes between High Wycombe and Claremont, via Perth Airport and Bayswater. The section between High Wycombe and Bayswater will use all new infrastructure, built between 2016 and 2022. In contrast, the section between Bayswater and Perth will share infrastructure with the Midland and Morley–Ellenbrook lines, and the section between Perth and Claremont with the Fremantle line. The new infrastructure between High Wycombe and Bayswater was constructed as part of the Forrestfield–Airport Link project, the purpose of which was to provide a rail service to the airport and to the areas east of the airport. It consists of 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) of twin-bored tunnel; the longest bored tunnels in Perth. As part of the project, three new stations were constructed, namely Redcliffe, Airport Central, and High Wycombe.
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  • Airport Central railway station under construction, May 2020
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  • The Airport line is a future commuter rail service on the Transperth network, in Perth, Western Australia, that is planned to open on 9 October 2022. It is 25.4 kilometres (15.8 mi) long, and goes between High Wycombe and Claremont, via Perth Airport and Bayswater. The section between High Wycombe and Bayswater will use all new infrastructure, built between 2016 and 2022. In contrast, the section between Bayswater and Perth will share infrastructure with the Midland and Morley–Ellenbrook lines, and the section between Perth and Claremont with the Fremantle line.
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