Domestic cabotage proposal fades in Australia

Credit: Rob Finlayson
It appears increasingly unlikely that Australian lawmakers will support a proposal to allow foreign carriers to serve domestic markets in the north of the country. Australia’s Trade Minister Andrew Robb had been pushing such a policy, which would permit overseas carriers to fly between domestic...

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