It appears increasingly unlikely that Australian lawmakers will support a proposal that would allow foreign carriers to serve domestic markets in the north of the country. Andrew Robb, Australia’s trade minister, had been pushing such a policy, which would permit overseas carriers to fly between domestic points north of the Tropic of Capricorn. This would include secondary markets in the country, such as Cairns, Townsville, Darwin and Broome, some of which have international ...

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