International aviation is a key driver of Australia’s economy, supporting the growth of tourism, business and trade.
The Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics reports that in 2007, Australian and foreign airlines carried a record high 22.138 million passengers and nearly 754 000 tonnes of freight on international flights.
These pages will help you understand Australia’s international aviation policy, and the environment in which international air services operates.
Australia’s International Aviation Policy
About International Aviation