BARA
HIGH QUALITY • ADAPTIVE • EFFICIENT
aviation industry
Australia’s international
Supporting
airport infrastructure
reasonably priced
Timely and
supply of jet fuel
competitive
A reliable and
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air navigation
Safe and efficient
sustainable growth
Environmentally

LATEST NEWS

Economic regulation of Australian airports

12 December 2019

The Australian Government has clearly defined the objectives that Australia’s aviation industry should achieve, namely efficient, responsive and high quality air transport services. To support these objectives, however, international airlines are left with an economic regulatory regime for airports that in practice deems systematic failures in basic airport services as acceptable, along with airports services agreements that contain little practical commercial content as apparently no cause for concern. The Board of Airline Representatives of Australia (BARA) expects it will be difficult to stem a widening disconnect between worthy stated objectives and the actual outcomes for international passengers and airlines in the face of growing industry challenges.

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2018-19 Industry Snapshot

The 2018-19 Industry Snapshot provides an overview of international passenger numbers, average airfares, on time performance and baggage outcomes.

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BARA is a member driven industry body that delivers value through setting the expectations and outcomes for Australia’s aviation infrastructure services.

OUR PURPOSE
BARA provides a collective voice and actively engages with suppliers, governments, regulators and investors on major issues that affect Australia’s international aviation industry.

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OUR PUBLICATIONS
BARA’s publications cover the provision and pricing of essential aviation infrastructure for international airlines, establishing the groundwork for the outcomes we seek.

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OUR MEMBERS
BARA’s members include many of the world’s largest airlines, carrying 90% of all international passenger flights, and most exports and imports of freight cargo, to and from Australia.

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