However, there has been a maintenance of economic regulation over routes intra- state, while when considering nationally, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Australia has been monitoring the overall intensity of competition across the industry. This is with respect to the generic responsibilities of trade practices. In addition to this, since recent times, the market of Australia has started to pay closer attention to the strategies of growth across the two biggest groups of airlines in the country that are Virgin Australia and Qantas. There has also been an erroneous conclusion that their strategies of domestic growth have significant incompatibility as Virgin Australia has been making an upward movement in the market. The company is showing willingness in growing within the current position, however, there is a need for matching new capacity with Qantas Groups. They are also willing to maintain the optimization of profits by 65 percent of shares in the market.
Growth of flights around and in Australia had been continuously slowing since December, 2014 with the stabilization of average loads. The speed at which there had been growth of international capacity to Australia was considerably slow. The key drivers of this growth include New Zealand and Indonesia. Malaysia was among the fastest growth market platform for the aviation industry of Australia in the year 2014. However, there has been a softening of capacity growth by the end of 2014, while a decline had been estimated for November and December, 2014. Irrespective of the slow growth, the growth of domestic capacity had been still higher in comparison with growth of passenger leading towards lower factor of loading. Growth in passengers of charter flight provides a partial explanation about the slower growth of passenger (Dostaler & Fiset, 2015). There has also been a significant increase in the average passenger for every charter flight during the financial year 2013 to 2014.