The first direct flight between Australia and southern India took off on Wednesday, under a new route supported by funding by the NSW government in an effort to boost visitation with the country’s fifth-biggest trading partner. The new Qantas route between Sydney and Bengaluru received funding from the state government’s $60 million Aviation Attraction Fund. An A330 aircraft will take off from Sydney to Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport four times per week on a Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
ABC News Radio speaks with various high-profile figures on the topic, including AICC's own Chris Mooney.
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