The geography of Australian internal air passenger services, March 1967, and supplement, A geographer's approach to the problem of the future of the Australian two-airline policy, November 1968
Transport geography is concerned with patterns of movements on the earth's surface and the distributions of interrelated phenomena that have bearing on these movements. Whereas freight movements basically reflect commodity availability in one area and demand in another, passenger movements are more difficult to study. Being predominantly two-way movements, they represent the aggregates of the choices of many different individuals and the reasons for making these journeys are often known only to...[Show more]
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