Cloudy with a chance of millions more for aviation

Cloudy with a chance of millions more for aviation
The scheme has enabled more than 12,300 flights. (Image: Getty)
Rebecca Howard
Another $250 million of support for the aviation sector has been well received as the country gradually reopens its borders and passenger numbers increase. The funds are an extension of the Maintaining International Air-Connectivity (MIAC) scheme that was due to end on March 31. “We have pushed it out a year to protect our links with the rest of the world and keep trading flowing,” said transport minister Michael Wood.Ensure recoveryPatrick Whelan, aviation development manager for the Board of Airlines Representatives of N...

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