The Australian Competition Authority releases its latest "Airline Competition in Australia" report which reveals that consumers will benefit from increased competition and cheaper fares on the country’s busiest routes once borders reopen

Consumers to benefit from increased competition on busiest airline routes* Millions of Australians are set to benefit from increased competition and cheaper airfares on Australia’s busiest routes as state and territory borders reopen and the domestic airline industry prepares for a peak summer period, the ACCC’s latest Airline Competition in Australia report reveals. The report, released today, shows that greater optimism among Australians that state and territory borders will remain open has been driving renewed confidence to fly, and a choice of four airlines on the country’s busiest routes appears to be putting downward pressure on airfares. Rex recently announced it would add Brisbane to its intercity network by mid-December, which means it will be operating on Australia’s top

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority releases its latest "Airline Competition in Australia" report which reveals that consumers will benefit from increased competition and cheaper fares on the country’s busiest routes once borders reopen, 7 December 2021, e-Competitions December 2021, Art. N° 104027

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