Budget carriers go medium-haul

June 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;6/22/2007, Issue 53, p16
Trade Publication
The article offers information on budget carriers which have gone through medium-haul airline services. Accordingly, the spread of low-cost airlines from short-haul to medium-haul happened in Australia before anywhere else in the world. In Europe, the average budget airline flight length is two hours, three in the U.S., while it is closer to four in Australia.


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