Australian regulators have given tentative approval to a partnership between Virgin Australia and Singapore Airlines, which is the last major piece of the Australian carrier’s “virtual network” strategy. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) says the link between the two airlines “is unlikely to result in significant anti-competitive detriment in any of the relevant markets.” The ACCC notes that the pair compete on a limited number of routes, and in each case there ...
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