The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said its annual report monitoring the performance of the country's largest airports produced evidence that Sydney "has increased profits by permitting service quality to fall below that which the airlines reasonably expect." ACCC gathers data on SYD, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne Tullamarine and Perth "due to concerns that they might use their monopoly position. . .to increase profits at the expense of airlines and passengers." It said ...

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