By now, most people are familiar with the fact that Australia’s airlines are notoriously slow in delivery.
The reality is that most carriers do not even try to be fast, and if they did they would face stiff competition from a number of low-cost carriers.
A recent study found that of the 20 major carriers surveyed, only one delivered an average of three times per week on average.
To put that in context, the average of 3.6 deliveries per week is more than double the national average of 0.6.
It is worth noting that Australia is not the only country to be slow in the delivery of goods, with South Korea, Taiwan and China also having the slowest average deliveries in the world.
This may seem counterintuitive when you look at the average price of a box of ketchup.
But the problem with the average ketchup price is that many consumers, including Australians, are not paying for the ketchup they get for free from their local supermarket.
We are paying for this ketchup because we want it to taste good.
So the average cost of a ketchup box of 24 ingredients is $5.99.
However, the cost of delivering a box to your door is much higher.
In some countries, like the UK and France, this is a much bigger problem.
There are many factors that impact the average delivery time, but the most important one is the cost and logistics.
For example, in Australia, it is estimated that a typical package takes 10-12 days to be delivered and it costs between $15 and $20 to transport the goods from the point of purchase to the customer’s door.
That means the average Australian delivery time is about one week.
If the average costs are even higher in other countries, the delivery time will be even longer.
Another problem is that there is no standard delivery schedule.
Some carriers will deliver on the weekend, and in some countries it may take longer than five days.
Some carriers may deliver on weekends, but in some cases the same delivery time may be possible with less hassle and cheaper prices.
Finally, it has also been shown that the average time to collect a delivery is more influenced by the type of item delivered.
Australia has the lowest number of deliveries per hour in the developed world, so you may find that the number of items delivered is more limited on your trip.
At the other end of the scale, the United States has the highest average delivery times per hour.
And although some countries have lower average deliveries per person than others, this does not mean that the time taken to deliver an item to the doorstep is shorter in the United Kingdom.
Here in Australia the average for a package of goods is 4.7 days.
In France, the difference is 6.4 days.
In most countries the average arrival time is around five days, so the average journey time for a box is much longer than in Australia.
You may find it difficult to believe that the Australian economy is not growing as fast as it used to be.
But there are several factors that are contributing to this, such as more international travel, more Australians travelling overseas and more Australians living in remote areas of Australia.
In the past, Australia was very dependent on overseas travel to keep pace with the rest of the world and now it is increasingly becoming more and more dependent on the local economy.
Source: Daily Telegraph