Was the Swift rise in airport passengers due to Taylor's popularity?

Joe Colbrook
March 15 2024 - 4:00am
Launceston Airport chief executive officer Shane O'Hare, pictured in 2023, said a record-breaking February was the result of 'swimming against the tide' during the COVID-19 pandemic, not high-profile pop stars like Taylor Swift. Picture by Paul Scambler
Launceston Airport chief executive officer Shane O'Hare, pictured in 2023, said a record-breaking February was the result of 'swimming against the tide' during the COVID-19 pandemic, not high-profile pop stars like Taylor Swift. Picture by Paul Scambler

The sky remains the limit as Launceston Airport has set another monthly record, marking the sixth time this has happened over the past eight months.

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Joe Colbrook

Joe Colbrook

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Journalist at The Examiner, covering local government and planning, breaking news and court. Send tips to joe.colbrook@austcommunitymedia.com.au. Ex-Jimboomba Times, UQ Alumni

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