List of the busiest international air routes in Australia

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This is a list of the busiest international air routes in Australia from Australian airports that have scheduled international traffic, namely Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.

International routes are flown strictly between one Australian airport to a non-Australian airport. These may include stops in other cities (i.e. Sydney–London via Singapore).

The following figures are calculated by the Australian government Department for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government.

New South Wales[edit]

Sydney[edit]

Main article: Sydney Airport
No
#
IncreaseDecrease To Country
& City
To
Airport
PAX
Sep 2012
PAX
Sep 2013
 %
IncreaseDecrease
Notes
1. Steady  Singapore Singapore Singapore Changi Airport SIN WSSS 115,523 113,640 Decrease1.6
2. Steady  New Zealand Auckland Auckland Airport AKL NZAA 102,578 107,142 Increase4.4
3. Steady  United States of America Los Angeles Los Angeles International Airport LAX KLAX 78,918 80,184 Increase1.6
4. Steady  Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport HKG VHHH 70,068 74,575 Increase6.4
5. Steady  United Arab Emirates Dubai Dubai International Airport DXB OMDB 52,075 68,105 Increase30.8
6. Increase1  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur International Airport KUL WMKK 44,481 56,766 Increase27.6
7. Decrease1  Thailand Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport BKK VTBS 50,123 47,073 Decrease6.1
8. Steady  Fiji Nadi Nadi International Airport NAN NFFN 42,900 40,693 Decrease5.1
9. Steady  United States Honolulu Honolulu International Airport HNL PHNL 39,467 39,123 Decrease0.9
10. Increase1  United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi International Airport AUH OMAA 34,242 35,892 Increase4.8
11. Decrease1  New Zealand Christchurch Christchurch International Airport CHC NZCH 35,175 34,721 Decrease1.3
12. Increase3  China Shanghai Pudong International Airport PVG ZSPD 29,437 33,014 Increase12.2
13. Decrease1  Indonesia Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport DPS WADD 32,149 32,092 Decrease0.2
14. Decrease1  Japan Tokyo Narita International Airport NRT RJAA 30,943 30,556 Decrease1.3
15. Decrease1  United Kingdom London Heathrow Airport LHR EGLL 30,383 30,272 Decrease0.4
16. Increase1  China Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport CAN ZGGG 24,037 27,058 Increase12.6
17. Decrease1  South Korea Seoul Incheon International Airport ICN RKSI 26,003 24,798 Decrease4.6
18. Steady  New Zealand Wellington Wellington International Airport WLG NZWN 23,420 23,552 Increase0.6
19. Steady  United States San Francisco San Francisco International Airport SFO KSFO 19,869 18,706 Decrease5.9
20. Steady  South Africa Johannesburg O. R. Tambo International Airport JNB FAOR 16,810 16,264 Decrease3.2
21. Increase5  New Zealand Queenstown Queenstown International Airport ZQN NZQN 10,942 15,343 Increase40.2
22. Increase3  China Beijing Capital International Airport PEK ZBAA 11,072 13,547 Decrease22.4
23. Increase4  Philippines Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport MNL RPLL 10,604 13,392 Increase26.3
24. Decrease3  United States Dallas Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport DFW KDFW 13,056 12,731 Decrease2.5
25. Decrease2  Canada Vancouver Vancouver International Airport YVR CYVR 11,574 11,398 Decrease1.5
26. Decrease2  Chile Santiago Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport SCL SCEL 11,141 10,927 Decrease1.9
27. Decrease5  Indonesia Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta International Airport CGK WIII 12,694 10,894 Decrease14.2
28. Steady  Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Tan Son Nhat International Airport SGN VVTS 9,206 10,029 Increase8.9
29. Steady  United States New York John F. Kennedy International Airport JFK KJFK 9,028 9,450 Increase4.7
30. Steady  New Caledonia Noumea La Tontouta International Airport NOU NWWW 8,793 7,716 Decrease12.2
31. Steady  Vanuatu Port Vila Bauerfield International Airport VLI NVVV 7,832 7,409 Decrease5.4
32. Increase2  Taiwan Taipei Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport TPE RCTP 6,541 6,781 Increase3.7
33. Steady  Thailand Phuket Phuket International Airport HKT VTSP 7,109 5,548 Decrease22.0
34. new  India Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport DEL VIDP new 5,456 new [1]
35. Steady  Argentina Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport EZE SAEZ 4,265 4,747 Increase11.3
36. Steady  Samoa Apia Faleolo International Airport APW NSFA 3,310 3,021 Decrease8.7
37. Steady  Canada Toronto Pearson International Airport YYZ CYYZ 3,047 2,935 Decrease3.7
38. Steady  Vietnam Hanoi Noi Bai International Airport HAN VVNB 2,334 2,863 Increase22.7
39. Steady  Tonga Nukuʻalofa Fuaʻamotu International Airport TBU NFTF 2,029 1,995 Decrease1.7
40. Increase2  Papua New Guinea Port Moresby Jacksons International Airport POM AYPY 1,486 1,795 Increase20.8
41. new  China Nanjing Lukou International Airport NKG ZSNJ new 1,760 new [2]
42. Decrease2  Cook Islands Rarotonga Rarotonga International Airport RAR NCRG 1,556 1,548 Decrease0.5
43. Decrease2  New Zealand Rotorua Rotorua International Airport ROT NZRO 1,489 1,393 Decrease6.4
44. Decrease1  Japan Osaka Kansai International Airport KIX RJBB 845 526 Decrease37.8
45. Decrease13  Germany Frankfurt Frankfurt Airport FRA EDDF 7,518 0 Decrease100.0 [3]
1. Steady Total International Passengers 1,056,072 1,097,430 Increase3.9 [4]

Northern Territory[edit]

Darwin[edit]

No
#
IncreaseDecrease To Country
& City
To
Airport
PAX
Nov 2014
PAX
Nov 2015
 %
IncreaseDecrease
Notes
1. Steady  Singapore Singapore Changi Airport SIN WSSS 8,473 8,434 Decrease0.5
2. Steady  Indonesia Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport DPS WADD 9,510 7,494 Decrease21.2
3. Steady  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur International Airport KUL WMKK 2,402 1,819 Decrease24.3
4. Steady  Philippines Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport MNL RPLL 1,436 894 Decrease37.7
8. Steady Total International Passengers 21,821 18,641 Decrease14.6 [4]

Queensland[edit]

Brisbane[edit]

Main article: Brisbane Airport
No
#
IncreaseDecrease To Country
& City
To
Airport
PAX
May 2014
PAX
May 2015
 %
IncreaseDecrease
Notes
1. Steady  New Zealand Auckland Auckland Airport AKL NZAA 66,149 73,850 Increase11.6
2. Steady  Singapore Singapore Changi Airport SIN WSSS 58,858 59,351 Increase0.8
3. Increase1  United States of America Los Angeles Los Angeles International Airport LAX KLAX 28,642 34,380 Increase20.0 [5]
4. Decrease1  United Arab Emirates Dubai Dubai International Airport DXB OMDB 30,228 32,407 Increase7.2
5. Steady  Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport HKG VHHH 24,339 26,560 Increase9.1
6. Steady  Indonesia Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport DPS WADD 21,147 20,511 Decrease3.0
7. Increase3  Papua New Guinea Port Moresby Jacksons International Airport POM AYPY 13,872 15,967 Increase15.1
8. Decrease1  Fiji Nadi Nadi International Airport NAN NFFN 15,339 15,252 Decrease0.6
9. Decrease1  New Zealand Christchurch Christchurch International Airport CHC NZCH 15,030 15,045 Increase0.1
10. Decrease1  New Zealand Wellington Wellington International Airport WLG NZWN 14,322 14,483 Increase1.1
12. Increase5  United States of America Honolulu Honolulu International Airport HNL PHNL 5,787 10,497 Increase84.0 [6]
13. Decrease2  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur International Airport KUL WMKK 10,747 10,497 Decrease2.3
14. Decrease2  Thailand Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport BKK VTBS 8,393 9,335 Increase11.2
15. Decrease2  Taiwan Taipei Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport TPE RCTP 7,453 8,501 Increase14.1
16. Decrease1  China Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport CAN ZGGG 6,328 7,665 Increase21.1
17. Decrease1  South Korea Seoul Incheon International Airport ICN RKSI 6,217 5,974 Decrease3.9
18. Decrease4  United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi International Airport AUH OMAA 6,652 5,808 Decrease12.7
19. Increase2  Solomon Islands Honiara Honiara International Airport HIR AGGH 3,617 3,878 Increase7.2
20. Steady  New Zealand Dunedin Dunedin International Airport DUD NZDN 3,720 3,611 Decrease2.9
21. Decrease3  Vanuatu Port Vila Bauerfield International Airport VLI NVVV 5,021 3,488 Decrease30.5
22. Increase1  New Caledonia Noumea La Tontouta International Airport NOU NWWW 2,784 3,106 Increase11.6
23. Increase2  New Zealand Queenstown Queenstown Airport ZQN NZQN 1,705 2,342 Increase37.4
24. Steady  Philippines Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport MNL RPLL 2,178 1,877 Decrease13.8
25. Decrease3  Nauru Nauru Nauru International Airport INU ANYN 3,147 1,318 Decrease58.1
26. Steady  Samoa Apia Faleolo International Airport APW NSFA 1,238 1,262 Increase1.9
27. Steady  Vanuatu Luganville Santo-Pekoa International Airport SON NVSS 423 388 Decrease8.3
28. Decrease9  United States of America Dallas Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport DFW KDFW 4,113 0 Decrease100.0 [7]
3. Steady Total International Passengers 367,449 387,506 Increase5.5 [4]

Cairns[edit]

No
#
IncreaseDecrease To Country
& City
To
Airport
PAX
Nov 2014
PAX
Nov 2015
 %
IncreaseDecrease
Notes
1. Steady  Japan Tokyo Narita International Airport NRT RJAA 12,066 15,676 Increase29.9
2. Steady  Japan Osaka Kansai International Airport KIX RJBB 8,876 10,586 Increase19.3
3. Steady  Papua New Guinea Port Moresby Jacksons International Airport POM AYPY 6,212 7,805 Increase25.6
4. Steady  Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport HKG VHHH 5,365 5,543 Increase3.3
5. new  Singapore Singapore Singapore Changi Airport SIN WSSS new 3,175 new [8]
6. new  Indonesia Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport DPS WADD new 1,871 new [9]
7. Decrease1  New Zealand Auckland Auckland Airport AKL NZAA 256 247 Decrease3.5 [10]
8. Decrease3  Guam Hagåtña Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport GUM PGUM 1,255 0 Decrease100.0 [11]
9. Decrease2  Papua New Guinea Rabaul Rabaul Airport RAB AYTK 135 0 Decrease100.0
7. Steady Total International Passengers 34,165 44,903 Increase31.4 [4]

Gold Coast[edit]

Main article: Gold Coast Airport
# DecreaseIncrease From To Passengers (Nov) %
Change
# DecreaseIncrease Passengers (YTD)1 %
Change
Notes
Country City / Airport State City / Airport 2014 2015 2014 2015
1. Steady  New Zealand Auckland NZAA Queensland QLD Gold Coast YBCG 23,419 22,599 Decrease3.5 1. Steady 265,005 260,533 Decrease1.7
2. Steady  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur WMKK Queensland QLD Gold Coast YBCG 17,012 13,777 Decrease19.0 2. Steady 193,209 144,284 Decrease25.3
3. Increase1  Singapore Singapore WSSS Queensland QLD Gold Coast YBCG 8,937 11,683 Increase30.7 4. Steady 109,226 115,720 Increase5.9
4. Decrease1  Japan Tokyo RJAA Queensland QLD Gold Coast YBCG 13,346 10,110 Decrease24.2 3. Steady 125,144 139,563 Increase11.5
5. Steady  New Zealand Christchurch NZCH Queensland QLD Gold Coast YBCG 6,570 5,735 Decrease12.7 5. Steady 78,956 76,751 Decrease2.8
6. new  New Zealand Wellington NZWN Queensland QLD Gold Coast YBCG new 3,886 new 6. new new 38,950 new [12]
7. new  China Wuhan ZHHH Queensland QLD Gold Coast YBCG new 3,708 new 9. new new 8,482 new [13]
8. new  New Zealand Queenstown NZQN Queensland QLD Gold Coast YBCG new 3,331 new 7. new new 35,419 new [12]
9. new  Fiji Nadi NFFN Queensland QLD Gold Coast YBCG new 3,329 new 8. new new 26,553 new [14]
10. Steady  Japan Osaka RJBB Queensland QLD Gold Coast YBCG 0 0 Steady 10. Decrease4 25,172 0 Decrease100.0 [15]
Total International Passengers 69,284 78,158 Increase12.8 796,712 846,255 Increase6.2 [4]

Townsville[edit]

Main article: Townsville Airport
No
#
IncreaseDecrease To Country
& City
To
Airport
PAX
Nov 2014
PAX
Nov 2015
 %
IncreaseDecrease
Notes
1. new  Indonesia Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport DPS WADD new 1,299 new [16]
10. new Total International Passengers new 1,299 new [4]

South Australia[edit]

Adelaide[edit]

Main article: Adelaide Airport
No
#
IncreaseDecrease To Country
& City
To
Airport
PAX
Jan 2015
PAX
Jan 2016
 %
IncreaseDecrease
Notes
1. Increase1  Singapore Singapore Singapore Changi Airport SIN WSSS 20,891 22,079 Increase5.6
2. Increase1  UAE Dubai Dubai International Airport DXB OMDB 19,710 19,642 Decrease0.3
3. Increase1  Indonesia Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport DPS WADD 13,315 15,857 Increase19.0
4. Increase2  Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport HKG VHHH 7,430 9,863 Increase32.7
5. Decrease4  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur International Airport KUL WMKK 21,553 8,734 Decrease59.4 [17][18]
6. Decrease1  New Zealand Auckland Auckland Airport AKL NZAA 8,242 8,252 Increase0.1
Total International Passengers 91,141 84,427 Decrease7.3 [4]


Victoria[edit]

Melbourne[edit]

Main article: Melbourne Airport
No
#
IncreaseDecrease To Country
& City
To
Airport
PAX
May 2014
PAX
May 2015
 %
IncreaseDecrease
Notes
1. Steady  Singapore Singapore Singapore Changi Airport SIN WSSS 87,494 87,451 Decrease0.1
2. Steady  New Zealand Auckland Auckland Airport AKL NZAA 76,175 86,739 Increase13.9
3. Steady  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur International Airport KUL WMKK 67,490 54,899 Decrease18.7
4. Steady  Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport HKG VHHH 47,191 52,254 Increase10.7
5. Increase2  Indonesia Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport DPS WADD 34,777 47,007 Increase35.2
6. Decrease1  United Arab Emirates Dubai Dubai International Airport DXB OMDB 43,776 45,616 Increase4.2
7. Decrease1  United States of America Los Angeles Los Angeles International Airport LAX KLAX 39,573 40,716 Increase2.9
8. Steady  Thailand Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport BKK VTBS 22,116 25,832 Increase16.8
9. Steady  New Zealand Christchurch Christchurch International Airport CHC NZCH 18,968 19,404 Increase2.3
10. Steady  China Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport CAN ZGGG 17,387 18,734 Increase7.7
11. Increase2  China Shanghai Pudong International Airport PVG ZSPD 16,178 18,137 Increase12.1
12. Increase2  New Zealand Wellington Wellington International Airport WLG NZWN 14,414 18,132 Increase25.8
13. Decrease2  United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi International Airport AUH OMAA 16,933 15,876 Decrease6.2
14. Decrease2  Qatar Doha Doha International Airport DOH OTBD 16,197 15,761 Decrease2.7
15. Steady  Fiji Nadi Nadi International Airport NAN NFFN 13,580 13,811 Increase6.5
16. Increase1  Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Tan Son Nhat International Airport SGN VVTS 9,266 9,906 Increase6.9
17. Increase1  Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan Brunei International Airport BWN WBSB 9,078 9,595 Increase5.7
18. Decrease2  United Kingdom London Heathrow Airport LHR EGLL 10,316 8,977 Decrease12.9
19. Steady  Japan Tokyo Narita International Airport NRT RJAA 6,331 7,631 Increase20.5
20. Steady  Thailand Phuket Phuket International Airport HKT VTSP 6,018 7,382 Increase22.7
21. Steady  United States Honolulu Honolulu International Airport HNL PHNL 4,896 7,023 Increase43.4
22. Increase1  Philippines Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport MNL RPLL 4,416 5,367 Increase21.6
23. Decrease3  China Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport CTU ZUUU 2,854 4,672 Increase63.7
24. Decrease2  India Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport DEL VIDP 4,436 4,443 Increase0.2
25. Decrease1  Indonesia Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta International Airport CGK WIII 3,815 3,799 Decrease0.4
26. Decrease1  New Zealand Queenstown Queenstown International Airport ZQN NZQN 3,132 3,242 Increase3.5
27. Steady  China Beijing Capital International Airport PEK ZBAA 2,686 2,646 Decrease1.5
28. new  New Caledonia Nouméa La Tontouta International Airport NOU NWWW new 1,430 new [19]
2. Steady Total International Passengers 599,493 636,482 Increase6.2 [4]

Western Australia[edit]

Perth[edit]

Main article: Perth Airport
No
#
IncreaseDecrease To Country
& City
To
Airport
PAX
Nov 2014
PAX
Nov 2015
 %
IncreaseDecrease
Notes
1. Steady  Singapore Singapore Singapore Changi Airport SIN WSSS 77,920 93,376 Increase19.8 [20]
2. Steady  Indonesia Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport DPS WADD 71,815 50,460 Decrease29.7 [21][22]
3. Steady  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur International Airport KUL WMKK 37,108 36,782 Decrease0.9
4. Steady  United Arab Emirates Dubai Dubai International Airport DXB OMDB 35,089 34,000 Decrease3.1
5. Steady  Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong International Airport HKG VHHH 17,598 19,096 Increase8.5
6. Steady  New Zealand Auckland Auckland Airport AKL NZAA 14,926 18,127 Increase21.4
7. Steady  Qatar Doha Doha International Airport DOH OTBD 12,154 14,795 Increase21.7
8. Increase1  United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi International Airport AUH OMAA 10,697 12,374 Increase15.7
9. Decrease1  South Africa Johannesburg O. R. Tambo International Airport JNB FAOR 12,006 10,153 Decrease15.4
10. Steady  Thailand Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport BKK VTBS 7,881 10,079 Increase27.9
11. Increase2  China Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport CAN ZGGG 4,361 5,204 Increase19.3
12. Steady  Thailand Phuket Phuket International Airport HKT VTSP 4,602 4,791 Increase4.1
13. Decrease2  Indonesia Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta International Airport CGK WIII 4,966 4,278 Decrease13.8
14. Steady  Mauritius Mauritius Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport MRU FIMP 3,301 3,550 Increase7.5
15. Steady  Malaysia Kota Kinabalu Kota Kinabalu International Airport BKI WBKK 912 905 Decrease0.8
4. Steady Total International Passengers 315,336 317,970 Increase0.8 [4]

Port Hedland[edit]

Main article: Port Hedland Airport
No
#
IncreaseDecrease To Country
& City
To
Airport
PAX
Nov 2014
PAX
Nov 2015
 %
IncreaseDecrease
Notes
1. new  Indonesia Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport DPS WADD new 239 new
4. Steady Total International Passengers new 239 new [4]

Airport Rank[edit]

Rank #
DecreaseIncrease
State/City Airport Passengers
Nov 2014
Passengers
Nov 2015 [4]
 % Change Passengers
YTD 20141
Passengers
YTD 20151
 % Change
1. (Steady) New South Wales Sydney Sydney Airport YSSY 1,088,600 1,147,684 Increase5.4 6,199,077 6,503,269 Increase4.9
2. (Steady) Victoria (Australia) Melbourne Melbourne Airport YMML 664,073 736,825 Increase10.9 3,470,624 3,823,010 Increase10.1
3. (Steady) Queensland Brisbane Brisbane Airport YBBN 405,203 413,350 Increase2.0 2,186,294 2,324,314 Increase6.3
4. (Steady) Western Australia Perth Perth Airport YPPH 315,336 317,970 Increase0.8 1,850,216 1,989,717 Increase7.5
5. (Increase1) Queensland Gold Coast Gold Coast Airport YBCG 69,284 78,158 Increase12.8 796,712 846,255 Increase6.2
6. (Decrease1) South Australia Adelaide Adelaide Airport YPAD 68,976 60,841 Decrease11.8 879,056 791,299 Decrease9.9
7. (Steady) Queensland Cairns Cairns International Airport YBCS 34,165 44,903 Increase31.4 235,721 213,214 Decrease9.5
8. (Steady) Northern Territory Darwin Darwin International Airport YPDN 21,821 18,641 Decrease14.6 149,985 155,594 Increase3.7
9. (new) Queensland Townsville Townsville Airport YBTL new 1,229 new 840 461 Decrease45.1
10. (Steady) Norfolk Island Norfolk Island Norfolk Island Airport YSNF 1,079 1,135 Increase5.2 5,567 6,010 Increase7.9
11. (new) Western Australia Port Hedland Port Hedland International Airport YPPD new 239 new 5,567 6,010 Increase7.9
Total International Passengers 2,668,537 2,820,975 Increase5.7 14,890,501 15,922,033 Increase6.9
Notes
  • ^1 YTD = Year To Date. January 1 to end of Specific Month listed above for each year.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Air India to fly Boeing 787 to Sydney, Melbourne from August
  2. ^ Sydney Airport welcomes China Eastern Nanjing route
  3. ^ Qantas bids farewell to Frankfurt
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k International Airline Activity—Monthly Publications
  5. ^ "Virgin Australia announces changes to Los Angeles services, with daily Brisbane flights". Virgin Australia. 23 July 2014. Retrieved 11 August 2015. 
  6. ^ "Jetstar to launch Brisbane-Honolulu flights". Australian Business Traveller. 2 April 2014. Retrieved 11 August 2015. 
  7. ^ "Qantas begins Airbus A380 flights to Dallas". Australian Business Traveller. 29 September 2014. Retrieved 11 August 2015. 
  8. ^ "Silkair to start new Cairns flights from May". Australian Aviation. 5 November 2014. Retrieved 15 October 2015. 
  9. ^ "Jetstar to add direct link between Cairns and Bali". The Sydney Morning Herald. 17 December 2014. Retrieved 11 August 2015. 
  10. ^ "Air New Zealand Converts Auckland–Cairns to Seasonal Service in 2014". Airline Route. 24 April 2014. Retrieved 24 April 2014. 
  11. ^ "United to end Cairns-Guam route". Australian Aviation. 24 July 2015. Retrieved 11 August 2015. 
  12. ^ a b "Jetstar launches two Tasman routes from the Gold Coast". Jetstar. 9 September 2015. Retrieved 11 August 2015. 
  13. ^ "Jetstar launches 787 Gold Coast – China service". AirlineHubBuzz. 5 May 2015. Retrieved 8 February 2016. 
  14. ^ "Jetstar says it will fly Gold Coast-Fiji direct from next year". GoldCoastBulletin. 23 December 2014. Retrieved 11 August 2015. 
  15. ^ "Jetstar launches Melbourne-Tokyo flights, axes Gold Coast-Osaka". Australian Business Traveller. 11 December 2013. Retrieved 9 February 2016. 
  16. ^ "Jetstar begins Townsville to Bali flights September 2". TownsvilleBulletin. Retrieved 8 February 2016. 
  17. ^ "MAS drops Brisbane and cuts frequencies to Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide in latest round of network changes". Australian Aviation. 25 July 2015. Retrieved 14 October 2015. 
  18. ^ "AirAsia X cuts direct flights to Adelaide because of financial pressure". The Advertiser. 5 December 2014. Retrieved 9 February 2016. 
  19. ^ "Melbourne Airport welcomes AirCalin". Melbourne Airport. 11 June 2014. Retrieved 11 August 2015. 
  20. ^ "Qantas resurrects Perth to Singapore flights after a year suspension". WAtoday.com.au. 26 June 2015. Retrieved 8 February 2016. 
  21. ^ "Virgin, Jetstar cancel all Bali flights after Mt Rinjani ash cloud creates 'unsafe' flying conditions". www.abc.net.au. 7 November 2015. Retrieved 9 February 2016. 
  22. ^ "Virgin cancels all Bali flights due to returning ash cloud". Sydney Morning Herald. 27 November 2015. Retrieved 9 February 2016. 

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