Australia’s aviation sector appears to have recovered from the Covid-19 pandemic as passenger levels and capacity returned to pre-pandemic levels, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) latest Domestic Airline Competition in Australia report reveals. Australia’s major airlines—Bonza, Jetstar, Qantas, Rex and Virgin Australia —carried 4.9 million domestic passengers in March 2024, which represented 98.8 per cent of passenger figures in March 2019. The airlines also flew around 6.2 million seats in March 2024, which was just below seat capacity recorded in March 2019. “After four years of instability, the domestic airline industry has returned to more typical seasonal levels

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