The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission rejected an application from Sydney Airport Corp. for an increase in aeronautical charges for regional airlines. The application provoked a sharp reaction from Sydney’s largest regional operator, Regional Express, which accused the airport of understating the revenue it extracts from the airline. On one hand, Sydney claimed it had not increased regional fees since 2001 but Rex GM Network Strategy Warrick Lodge said that ...

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