While Australia’s international airline service has expanded rapidly in recent years, there are worrying signs that supply is outstripping demand, a senior government official says. This trend needs to be considered in government aviation policy, according to Mike Mrdak, secretary of the Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development. Rapid growth in international service is not necessarily desirable, and it is important that airlines operate profitably, Mrdak said ...
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