travelbiz.com.au reports that changes now being implemented in Australian Government Air Policies will permit all Indonesian airlines open access to international airports located outside the traditional destinations in Australia's main city centers.
Australia's Transport Minister John Anderson and Tourism Minister Joe Hockey described the agreement as a next step in the Australian government's plans to provide unlimited capacity to all foreign airlines in cities other than Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth.
The new policy is expected to help boost the economies of cities such as Darwin and Cairns and do much to make up for the shortfall of Australian visitors to Bali occasioned by the recent failure of Ansett Airlines.
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