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.

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The International Air Services Commission Annual Report 2017–2018 is now available.

Update: Hong Kong

Qantas has made a further submission on 15 March 2019 which may be accessed here PDF: xx KB .

Virgin Australia lodged a further submission concerning the Qantas application to permit the use of its capacity allocation on the Hong Kong route for the provision of code share services with Cathay Pacific. Virgin Australia's submission may be accessed here PDF: 470 KB.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has submitted further comments  concerning the Qantas application to permit the use of its capacity allocation on the Hong Kong route for the provision of code share services with Cathay Pacific. The ACCC submission may be accessed here PDF: 302 KB.

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Last Updated: 18 March, 2019