Price rise cuts deep on razor thin budget

GRANT District Council’s “irresponsible decisions” to bump up passenger head tax during 2007 to 2010 resulted in dwindling passenger numbers, according to Rex Airlines’ Senate inquiry submission.

The airline’s 25-page submission into rural, regional and remote airlines targets council’s “monopolistic behaviour” in addressing the inquiry’s terms of reference.

According to Rex, council’s “hefty” 46pc ($3.30) passenger head tax increase in October


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Right… people refused to pay over $500 to fly to Adelaide because of $3.30? What a load of codswallop! What happened is Rex rips us off.
Thats the only rort going on here.

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