Title The world’s busiest flight routes revealed – and two are in Australia Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet The New Daily@TheNewDailyAU Media type Web Duration/Length/Size 560 words Country/Territory Australia Date 28/03/19 Description Australia claims two of the world’s busiest flight routes, but it might not be a title the country retains for long, a leading aviation expert says.
Melbourne to Sydney was found by OAG.com to be the second busiest domestic route in the world, with almost 150 flights each day – or about 54,000 flights each year.
Sydney to Brisbane claimed the 12th spot in the domestic rankings, with an annual total of 33,443 flights (about 92 flights each day).
Monash Business School’s Greg Bamber said the rankings were not necessarily a source of pride for Australia.
Professor Bamber, co-author of Up in the Air, said it would be more beneficial for Australia to have a high-speed rail system between Melbourne and Sydney....
Producer/Author The New Daily URL https://thenewdaily.com.au/life/travel/2019/03/27/busiest-flight-routes-australia/ Persons Greg Bamber
- Melbourne airport
- Sydney airport
- Up in the Air
- high-speed rail
- world’s busiest flight routes
- direct flights