Global aircraft shortage hurts Australia

Hadley, Melissa
August 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;8/4/2006, p13
Trade Publication
The article reports on the statement of Melbourne Airport corporate communications manager Brooke Lord that international air capacity to Australia is dropping due to a worldwide shortage of aircraft. He further stresses that airlines are removing their aircraft from Australia and operating them on more profitable routes while they wait for the new generation B777 and A380 aircraft to arrive.


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