The two airlines policy or two airlines agreement was a policy of the government of australia from the late 1940s to the 1990s under the policy only two airlines were allowed to operate flights between state capital cities and between capitals and nominated regional centres the two airlines policy was a legal barrier to new entrants to the australian aviation market. Two airline policy in 1952 realizing australia was a large country with a small population then approx 7m the fifth menzies ministry legislated that only two airlines would be allowed to operate flights between state capital city and major regional city airports. Australias two airlines policy 9780522838183 books amazonca skip to main contentca books hello sign in account lists account returns orders try prime cart hello select your address best sellers deals store new releases gift ideas customer service electronics home books coupons computers gift cards . Initially this applied to international airlines and operations to and from australia but in 1990 compass applied for and received permission to enter the market and was australias first low cost airline previously the two airline policy was a legal barrier to new entrants to the australian aviation market but this no longer applied . 1968 australias two airline policy by stanley brogden melbourne university press melbourne wikipedia citation please see wikipedias template documentation for further citation fields that may be required citation titleaustralias two airline policy by stanley brogden author1brogden stanley 1913 year1968 publishermelbourne university press languageenglish close
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