Australian airport pricing. Productivity Commission review to be brought forward

The Australian government has announced a Productivity Commission (PC) review of airport pricing, investment and services as part of a public inquiry into the economic regulation of major Australian airports that was announced earlier in the year. This brings it forward by more than a year. The announcement comes as it is alleged that Cairns Airport in Queensland will have the most expensive landing fees for a major Australian international airport by 2014, under the proposed new pricing structure for the industry.

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