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Competition watchdog rejects Qantas-Japan Airlines deal as detrimental

Australia’s competition watchdog has rejected an alliance between Qantas and Japan Airlines that would allow them to fix fares as detrimental to passengers.

The oneworld alliance partners had asked the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to approve the joint business agreement for three years but with plans to extend it.

Prior to COVID-19, the airlines had flown about 85 percent of passengers on the Australia-Japan route and had competed on the busy Sydney-Tokyo route and were the only carriers operating on Melbourne-Tokyo.

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But the ACCC confirmed its view that the agreement would likely lead to read more ⇒

Source:: AirlineRatings.Com

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