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  • 1. A recent look at , Melbourne and Brisbaneairports uncovered just how much travellers are getting ripped off compared to those using similar facilities in Adelaide andPerth.  charges travellers as much as $15 for their first hour of short-term airport parking, while Melbourne charges $12 and Brisbane, $10. Compare these prices to the West Australian rate of $5.40, and the Adelaide levy of $4.parking games 88
  • 2. Australian airports have been accused of exploiting their customers withexorbitant airport parking costs, with the major airports along the east coastbeing the worst offenders A recent look at , Melbourne and Brisbane airportsuncovered just how much travellers are getting ripped off compared to thoseusing similar facilities in Adelaide and Perth
  • 3. Â Â charges travellers as much as $15 for their first hour of short-term airportparking, while Melbourne charges $12 and Brisbane, $10 Compare theseprices to the West Australian rate of $5
  • 4. 40, and the Adelaide levy of $4 In terms of gross profits, Melbourne Airport ismaking parking games 88 much more from airport parking fees than any othermajor Australian airport
  • 5. Melbourne Airport collected over $94 million in airport parking fees in the lastfinancial year, a figure which towered over Sydney - despite Sydney airportprocessing the greatest number of passengers   only accounted for under 8percent of Sydney Airports revenue, while Melbourne Airports parkingaccounted for 20
  • 6. 5 percent These figures have sparked calls for a rail link to Melbourne Airport,to match those found at Sydney and Brisbane
  • 7. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has reported higheroperating margins for all the monitored airports, and expects airport parking tocontinue to rise According to the ACCC, airports are in a position to set higherprices, because of the lack airport parking alternatives, such as off-site airportparking, and public transport services
  • 8. Consumers then, have no choice but to bite the bullet of exorbitantly pricedairport parking Independent airport parking facilities are also facing pressurefrom the high demand for , with an increasing volume of travellers opting topark further away from Sydney Airport to avoid the ridiculous charges
  • 9. However, other airports like Tullamarine have defended their  costs,arguing that they had not increased for over two years despite competitionfrom the growing number of  facilities in the airports vicinity, providingeconomical alternatives to on-site Article Tags:
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