Air NZ only objector to Qantas and American Airlines expanding trans-Pacific alliance

Tue, 07 Jul 2015

By Fiona Rotherham July 7 (BusinessDesk) - Air New Zealand is the sole voice protesting against an application by Qantas Airways and American Airlines for a co-ordinated increase in flights on the trans-Pacific route, planned for the start of the peak travel season in December. Qantas and American Airlines sought reauthorisation from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission last month for a 10-year expanded joint business agreement (JBA), allowing them to coordinate operations on the trans-Pacific route and boost capacity betwee...

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