The charts below give information about the price of tickets on one airline between Sydney and Melbourne, Australia, over a two-week period in 2013. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and making comparisons where relevant.
The given charts compare 14-day information of the flight tariff in 2013 in an Australian airline to and from Sydney and Melbourne.
Overall, the tariff of both destinations on some days remained unchanged during these fortnights, namely Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays, while travellers on Mondays saw a significant fluctuation in the ticket price.
In both sports, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays seemed to be more economical days for passengers as the price was reasonable. In Sydney, the price was 35$ for the first two days mentioned and 40$ for Thursdays, and in Melbourne, it was 35$ for all these three days.
During the weekdays, Mondays seem to be so hectic for passengers; the first Monday of the period is so busy for travellers to Melbourne that it has the highest price, 80 $, while the second Monday is 30 $ cheaper. On the other hand, for travellers to Sydney, Mondays are a bit more affordable as the first is 60$ and the second is 20$ less.
Obviously, weekends are the best selling days with a higher price for passengers to Melbourne from Fridays to Sunday in both cities respectively 75$,70$ and 50$ in both weeks. Melbourne shows a better sale with higher tariff for tickets on the same days mentioned of the first week rather than the second, accordingly 80$,60$and 50$ which the total income of these three days of the first week was 30$ more than that of the second week.
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