Many world travellers believe Australia is one of the most expensive cities to reside in. You would think the nation’s airfare would have a price tag to match. The kangaroo nation actually ranks #4 in the world, when it comes to cheap flights, this according to new research.
GoEuro, released new data which looks at 51 nations over 5 continents, observing the countries cost to travel per 100 kilometres.
The Transportation Price Index reviewed various modes of transport to rank buses, trains, and flights in each country.
If you were going to take the train in Denmark, it is the most expensive method of transportation coming in at $39.84 per 100 km. The cheapest manner of transport via train is within South Africa at $1.88 per 100 km.
If you were interested in partaking in a bit of sightseeing by bus while in the Netherlands, you would be utilizing the most expensive style of transport at $25.58 per 100 km. Travelling within Egypt by bus would be the cheapest way to go at $1.88 per 100 km.
Flying to Finland will cost you. In fact, it is the most expensive means of transportation coming in at $138.90 per 100 km. Catching a flight to India won’t hurt your pocket book as much because flights there run approximately $10.36 per 100 km.
Rounding out the top 5 cheapest flights include: Malaysia, South Africa, Australia and Spain.