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International airlines may be forced to suspend flights to Australia after arrival cap halved

Industry says any suggestion by Coalition government that airlines are price gouging is ‘insulting and bizarre’

Families of Australians stranded overseas devastated after arrivals cap slashed

International airlines claim they could be forced to suspend services to Australia from next week after national cabinet agreed to halve the number of people allowed to enter the country – and they say any suggestion of price gouging is “insulting and bizarre”.

From 14 July, overseas arrivals will be slashed from 6,070 to 3,035 a week – crushing the hopes of thousands of Australians stuck overseas and looking to get home.

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