The Australian government will spend AUD26 million ($20.5 million) on upgrades to Townsville and Sunshine Coast airports as part of its ongoing plan to attract increased international passenger arrivals. Australian Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss said the expansion of services—which would include upgraded immigration and passenger handling facilities as well as possible runway upgrades—should attract new operators flying into the tourist areas ...

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