Airlines take aim at Australia’s airport privatization model

FILE PHOTO: A Cathay Pacific Airways Airbus A330 plane is towed past other planes parked at the Sydney International Airport terminal in Australia, November 30, 2017. Picture: REUTERS/David Gray

SYDNEY – As more countries look to privatize airports two conflicting narratives have taken wing: airlines point to Australia’s big city airports as a cautionary tale of light regulation, while airports say they’ve found a winning formula for governments, investors and passengers. Two decades after airports in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth were sold to […]

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