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Air Passenger Movements Through Capital and Non-Capital City Airports to 2030–31

Air Passenger Movements Through Capital and Non-Capital City Airports to 2030–31

Publication Type:
Research Report 133

Publication Subject(s):

Department ID:
2012/INFRA1547

ISBN:
978-1-921769-92-4

ISSN:
1440-9569

Release Date:
November 2012

This report presents forecasts of air passenger movements through Australia's eight capital city airports and five largest non-capital city airports (Newcastle, Cairns, Gold Coast, Townsville and Launceston). The forecasts have been developed using econometric models of domestic and international air passenger travel demand, and incorporating the most recent economic outlook for Australia and its major trading partners. Population, income, airfares, exchange rates and the prices of domestic and overseas travel and accommodation are the principal factors influencing growth in air passenger movements through Australian airports.

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