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Chinese New Year helps lift passenger numbers at Melbourne and Sydney airports

Passenger numbers at Melbourne and Sydney airports were up in February as overseas visitors headed Down Under to celebrate the Chinese New Year. Melbourne Airport chief executive Chris Woodruff said international passenger numbers rose 13.3 per cent to 669,403 in February thanks to a number of key events in the Victorian capital, including an international convention that drew 4,000 delegates.


Tigerair introduces new carryon fee option

Tigerair Australia will be the first airline in this country to offer a carryon baggage fee for passengers wanting to take on board more than the permitted 7kg. The airline is introducing a new cabin+ option that increases the carryon allowance to 12kg spread over two bags "subject to available space and passenger comfort and safety on board". The changes apply for bookings made from March 17 for travel on or after April 17, Tigerair said in a statement on Tuesday.


Virgin and Delta play down prospects of trans-Pacific expansion

Virgin Australia and Delta Air Lines say the immediate objective of their trans-Pacific joint-venture is to consolidate existing routes rather than add new services. Delta president Ed Bastien said his airline and Virgin have grown market share quickly since their partnership began in 2009 and the focus was on making sure that market share matured before adding incremental capacity.


Avalon Airport confident of a future even if Jetstar flights end

Avalon Airport chief executive Justin Giddings believes the airport will survive even if Jetstar pulls its five flights a day to the Lindsay Fox-owned facility. The current agreement between Jetstar and the operators of Avalon Airport and the Victorian government that was signed in December 2013 and understood to be worth about $11 million is due to end at the end of April.


Humanitarian aid flights to Vanuatu underway

Australia has started humanitarian flights from its Amberley and Richmond bases to Port Vila, delivering much needed supplies to the devastated nation following Tropical Cyclone Pam. Defence Minister Kevin Andrews said on Sunday two RAAF C-17A Globemaster aircraft were delivering critical humanitarian aid and disaster relief supplies to Vanuatu.


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