The International Air Services Commission is an independent statutory authority, established under the International Air Services Commission Act 1992. The Commission's primary responsibility is to serve the object of the Act by allocating capacity entitlements to Australian airlines for the operation of international airline services.
The International Air Services Commission Annual Report 2017–2018 is now available.
Update: Hong Kong
On 24 May 2019, the Commission issued Draft Decision  IASC 204d PDF: 470 KB concerning Qantas’ application to vary Determination  IASC 115 to enable Cathay Pacific to market and place its code on selected Qantas flights between Australia and Hong Kong when those flights are sold as a part of a through journey to behind and/or beyond destinations. After conducting a review, the Commission proposes not to vary the Determination in the manner requested by Qantas. Submissions are invited about the Draft Decision.