Jetstar Gains Funding To Continue Avalon Flights
Australia’s Jetstar Airways has agreed to retain its unprofitable operation at Melbourne’s Avalon Airport after a subsidy agreement was reached with the state government and airport operator. Under the deal, Jetstar will continue to fly into Avalon, Melbourne’s secondary airport, for 10 years. The...
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