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Thursday, 16 February 2012
Page: 1728

Foreign Affairs and Trade: Travel Expenditure

(Question No. 628)


Ms Julie Bishop asked the Minister for Foreign Affairs, in writing, on 22 September 2011:

What was his department's total expenditure on travel in 2010-11, and of this, what sum was spent on (a) first class air travel, (b) business class air travel, (c) economy class air travel, (d) international air travel, and (e) domestic air travel.


Mr Rudd: The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

For the department's expenditure on travel refer to the 2010-11 DFAT Annual Report page 284, Financial Statements 2010-11, Note 3B. Following is a breakdown of the air travel booked in Australia through the department's Travel Management Company:

First class air travel

$1,448,234

Business class air travel

$20,529,172

Premium Economy class air travel

$13,901

Economy class air travel

$2,697,565

International air travel

$20,438,958

Domestic air travel

$4,249,914