The International Air Services Commission (the Commission) has received an application [PDF: 347 KB] from Virgin Australia seeking to renew the following:
- Determination  IASC 116, as amended by  IASC 208, which allocates 1,980 seats of capacity in each direction on the Indonesia route ; and
- Determination  IASC 117, which allocates 1,260 seats of capacity in each direction on the Indonesia route.
Virgin Australia is seeking the renewal of the capacity allocations for a further period of five years and to retain all existing conditions. Virgin Australia is also seeking to include an additional condition permitting the use of the capacity for code share services with Delta Air Lines.
In accordance with sections 12 and 17 of the International Air Services Commission Act 1992 (the Act), the Commission invites other applications for capacity on the route. In relation to the variation of conditions, the Commission invites submissions in accordance with section 22 of the Act.
The closing date for making an application and/or submission is 14 November 2017. If you are intending to make an application or submission, please inform the Executive Director of the Commission, by email (at firstname.lastname@example.org), of your intention to make an application or submission as soon as possible.
On 7 December 2017, the Commission issued the following renewal determinations on the Indonesia route in favour of Virgin Australia International Airlines Pty Ltd (VAIA):
-  IASC 132 [PDF: 2876 KB] allocating 1,980 seats per week of capacity and permitting the capacity to be used by either VAIA or another Australian carrier which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of VAIA; the determination is valid for five years from 8 October 2018.
-  IASC 133 [PDF: 2511 KB] allocating 1,260 seats per week of capacity; the determination is valid for five years from 25 October 2018.
Both renewal determinations include conditions permitting the capacity to be used for code share services between VAIA and Delta Air Lines.