Some Australian airports earn profits double those in other countries © PA Images
Some Australian airports earn profits double those in other countries © PA Images

Airports 'getting rich at expense of passengers'

4 June 2018

Australian airports have become rich the expense of passengers, enjoying a 25% increase in revenue per passenger over the past decade due to a lack of regulation in the sector, according to a report.

The report, by Airlines for Australia and New Zealand (A4ANZ), showed how the absence of appropriate regulation has benefited airports, leading them to increase their profits without improving services.

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