Domestic Airlines would consider using for next business trip
Source: Roy Morgan Single Source, July 2009 – February 2012, Total used domestic airline in last 12 months for business - average annual sample n=1,618. N.B. Respondents can nominate more than one airline they would consider for their next business trip by air.
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