Australia’s competition watchdog has granted interim approval for an expanded partnership between Qantas and American Airlines, clearing the way for the carriers to market proposed new transpacific routes. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) ruled that the proposed capacity increase provides sufficient public benefit for it to grant interim authority. This will allow the carriers to begin selling the new flights while the ACCC continues its full deliberation ...

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