New flight paths into Brisbane to grow US export opportunities

The introduction of flights from Dallas and Fort Worth to Brisbane holds significant promise for Queensland’s economy and transportation infrastructure.
With an anticipated influx of 20,000 international tourists annually and the projected addition of $40 million to the Queensland economy highlights the substantial impact that improved air connectivity can have on the tourism sector. This not only boosts revenue but also creates employment opportunities and stimulates growth in knock on industries such as hospitality and retail.

How the Southeast Asia Investment Financing Fund (SEAIFF) can benefit Intermodal Infrastructure in Australia

The Albanese Government is establishing a $2 billion investment financing facility to boost investment in Southeast Asia as part of a suite of economic initiatives announced at the ASEAN-Australia Special Summit in Melbourne.