AUTHOR: Simon Bourke, acting chief executive, Australian Airports Association
The Australian Airports Association recently heard from one regional airport that is faring better than others in this time of COVID-19
They still have air services to their community, although there are fewer flights, fewer passengers and more freight these days.
They are working hard to keep the airport open to keep essential services going and are holding onto every flight that they can in order to maintain their supply chain. And the airport is losing money in the process.
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