Pacific International Airport has five million passengers a year , and 800 people who work there; with Paul MacFarlane who is in charge.
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1980   1979   Unknown  

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Tina Bursill ...
 Louise Carter 116 episodes, 1979-1980
Ken James ...
Brian James ...
 George Tippett 116 episodes, 1979-1980
Bill Stalker ...
 Peter Fanelli 116 episodes, 1979-1980
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 Kelly Morgan 116 episodes, 1979-1980
Gaynor Martin ...
Andrew McKaige ...
 Alan MacFarlane 83 episodes, 1979
Bartholomew John ...
 Nick Grainger 67 episodes, 1979-1980
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 Paul MacFarlane 63 episodes, 1979-1980
Gerard Kennedy ...
Bruce Barry ...
 Captain Douglas Stewart 58 episodes, 1979-1980
Deborah Coulls ...
Kris McQuade ...
 Faye Peterson 58 episodes, 1979-1980
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 Chas Potter 51 episodes
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 Angela Murray 49 episodes, 1980
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Pacific International Airport has five million passengers a year , and 800 people who work there; with Paul MacFarlane who is in charge.

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1 May 1979 (Australia)  »

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(189 episodes)

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Skyways
24 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

I do agree to a certain point, yes .. Skyways was cheap & tacky maybe (i agree) but some people really like these kinda soaps for all there own reasons. Speaking for myself (as a born Aussie now living in Holland) the first time i saw it i was totally hooked to Skyways (and i am not a soap person, believe me). But this series did have a charm all of its own somehow... At the time (mid 80's) it was shown on the UK satellite channel "Sky Channel" (which was on cable-TV at the time here in Holland) and believe me: i did not want to be disturbed when this cult-show was on... But cult it is, and 25+ years later it still has a cult status all of it's own, so whenever you have a chance to watch this again somewhere (which will never happen !) just watch it and enjoy! :-).


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