Qantas and Jetstar have announced plans to further develop Darwin International Airport into a long-haul and domestic hub, following the resolution of fee negotiations between the airport and the Qantas Group. The new pricing agreement gives both the airport and airlines “the certainty they need grow their businesses and provides us with the confidence to proceed with our terminal expansion,” says airport Chief Executive Ian Kew. Fee increases will affect all airlines, although the ...
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