OceanX: Calculating capacity; carriers in the dock; Covid concerns climb
Big is still beautiful
It is something of a rarity in this industry, but an airline, Air New Zealand, has won an antitrust case. The Federal Court of Australia on Friday dismissed allegations against the carrier, in a case that has seen 10 airlines fined already for price-fixing. The carrier argued that any agreements had been authorised by relevant authorities. The line worked – the carrier has also been cleared by the EU and US, although it is said to be still involved in a class action lawsuit in the US.
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