International airline tickets will pop up

Holidays are becoming more expensive: international airlines are cutting back on flights due to rising fuel prices

  • The number of seats on international flights to and from Australia will decrease
  • Drop is the first in a decade with one percent from the end of October to the end of March
  • Consultant Tony Webber said that less competition means that prices will rise

International airline tickets will increase if airlines reduce their flights due to rising fuel prices.

The number of seats on international flights to and from Australia is falling for the first time in a decade by one percent from the end of October to the end of March.

Fuel prices have increased by 45 percent in the last two years, making long-haul flights less profitable.

International airline tickets will increase if airlines reduce their flights due to rising fuel prices

International airline tickets will increase if airlines reduce their flights due to rising fuel prices

As a result, various companies are cutting back on Australian services.

Emirates has reduced its service Dubai-Perth to seven times a week instead of 11.

From next week it will no longer run every day Dubai-Bangkok-Sydney flight.

Meanwhile, Cathay Pacific cancels the Cairns-Hong Kong service.

Air China and China Eastern are also cutting back, while Virgin has cut its Sydney-Auckland service from 18 return flights a week to 15 from July.

Tony Webber, an Airline Intelligence and Research consultant, said The age that the news is great for Qantas, which will be able to increase its market share.

& # 39; Other carriers are now becoming more rational, which is really good news for Qantas and Virgin, & # 39; he said.

But he warned that price increases will certainly follow with less competition.

& # 39; There will certainly be higher rates, & # 39; he warned.

The number of seats on international flights to and from Australia is falling for the first time in a decade by one percent from the end of October to the end of March

The number of seats on international flights to and from Australia is falling for the first time in a decade by one percent from the end of October to the end of March

The number of seats on international flights to and from Australia is falling for the first time in a decade by one percent from the end of October to the end of March

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