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TwoFLIGHTS to Sydney from the UK will take less than two hours when commercial space travel takes off. Flying to Australia now takes about 24 hours, but a spaceship is being developed by an F1 tycoon and Dutch airline KLM which will slash flight ti

mes. Michiel Mol, 42, who co-owns the Force India F1 team, said: “London to Sydney in an hour and 45 minutes, that is the future.” The flights could lift off in 15

to 20 years and cost about 6,200 for the cheapest seats – about the same as Concorde used t

o be. The venture still needs huge investment to get off the ground, but

the first spaces

hip, the Lynx, will be unveiled next spring. Mr Mol said: “Where you’re going doesn’t make much difference. “You need 10 minutes to get into space and 30 minutes to decelerate and land again and the rest of the time yo

u’re flying at 12,000-13,750mph. Flying from London to Barcelona would still take an hour or so while London to Tokyo would be about 1hr 30mins.” Passengers would be able to call themselves astronauts if they fly higher than 100km, and will need to pass a physical. But Anton Kreil, 32, the first Briton to pay Mol for a sub-orbital flight, said: “I believe we are only 20 years from this becoming a viable means of transportation.” -EASYJET founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou plans to launch a transatlantic airline with his newly-formed company, Fastjet, to take on British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.