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  • Thailand

The Commission has received an application [PDF: 519 KB] from Qantas seeking a variation of Determination [2011] IASC 101, which allocates 14 third party code share services per week on the Thailand route, to add conditions enabling it to use the capacity to provide joint services with Emirates on the route. Qantas also sought to have conditions permitting joint services with Finnair removed. Submissions about the application are invited.

The closing date for notice of intention to make a submission is COB (i.e. 5pm) on 18 February 2013, with the submission due by COB 25 February 2013. If no notice of intention is received by COB 18 February 2013, the Commission may proceed to make a decision.

Update: 07-March-2013

Submissions received:

ACCC - [PDF: 128 KB]

Update: 26-March-2013

On 25 March 2013, the Commission issued Decision [2013] IASC 207  [PDF: 1791 KB] , varying Determination [2011] IASC 101 to permit Emirates to code share on Qantas' services on the Thailand route.