Appendix 2 Route-by-route summary of Commission determinations and decisions in 2017–18

This appendix provides a summary of the Commission's determinations and decisions for 2016–17. Full determinations and decisions can be viewed on the Commission's website at www.iasc.gov.au

China

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 7 December 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 129, which renewed [2007] IASC 110, allocating unlimited frequency, capacity or aircraft type to operate dedicated cargo services on the China route. The determination is valid for 10 years from 24 October 2018.

Cook Islands

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 17 October 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 125, which renewed [2013] IASC 111, allocating 180 seats of capacity in each direction on the Cook Islands route. The determination is valid for five years from 12 September 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 22 February 2018, Determination [2018] IASC 103, allocating 156 seats per week in each direction on the Cook Islands route. The determination is valid for five years from 22 February 2018.

Fiji

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 15 June 2018, Determination [2018] IASC 111, allocating 258 seats per week in each direction on the Fiji route. The determination is valid for five years from 15 June 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 10 August 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 115, which renewed [2013] IASC 106, allocating 1,260 seats of capacity in each direction on the Fiji route. The determination is valid for five years from 10 July 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 10 August 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 116, which renewed [2013] IASC 107, allocating 360 seats of capacity per week in each direction on the Fiji route. The determination is valid for five years from 1 August 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 17 October 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 126, which renewed [2013] IASC 110, allocating 360 seats of capacity per week in each direction on the Fiji route. The determination is valid for five years from 17 September 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 22 February 2018, Determination [2018] IASC 102, allocating 242 seats per week in each direction on the Fiji route. The determination is valid for five years from 22 February 2018.

France

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 15 June 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 213, varying Determination [2016] IASC 108 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the France route for code sharing between Qantas and Air France. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 15 June 2018.

Hong Kong

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 31 August 2017, Decision [2017] IASC 213, varying Determination [2015] IASC 115 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the Hong Kong route for code sharing between Qantas and El Al Airlines. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 31 August 2017.

Upon the application of Qantas, the delegate of the Commission issued, on 9 November 2017, Decision [2017] IASC 218*, varying Determination [2015] IASC 115 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the Hong Kong route to be used for code sharing between Qantas and LATLAM. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 9 November 2017.

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 15 June 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 214, varying Determination [2015] IASC 115 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the Hong Kong route for code sharing between Qantas and Air France. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 15 June 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 18 January 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 205, varying Determination [2016] IASC 107 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the Hong Kong route for code sharing between Virgin Australia and Virgin Atlantic. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 18 January 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 15 March 2018, Determination [2018] IASC 106, allocating seven frequencies per week in each direction on the Hong Kong route. The determination is valid for five years from 15 March 2018.

Indonesia

Upon the application of Qantas, the delegate of the Commission issued, on 22 September 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 122*, allocating 1,300 seats per week in each direction on the Indonesia route. The determination is valid for five years from 22 September 2017.

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 7 December 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 130, which renewed [2013] IASC 115, allocating 14,468 seats per week for the exercise of third and fourth freedom rights on the Indonesia route and 2,148 seats for the exercise of beyond traffic rights with 12 frequencies per week, seven of which may be used beyond Indonesia from Denpasar. The new determination is valid for five years from 25 October 2018.

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission’s delegate issued, on 22 February 2018, Determination [2017] IASC 122*, allocating 1,260 seats per week in each direction on the Indonesia route. The determination is valid for five years from 22 February 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 7 December 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 132, which renewed [2013] IASC 132, allocating 1,980 seats of capacity per week in each direction on the Indonesia route. The determination is valid for five years from 7 December 2017.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 7 December 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 133, which renewed [2013] IASC 117, allocating 1,260 seats of capacity per week in each direction on the Indonesia route. The determination is valid for five years from 25 October 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 2 January 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 201, varying Determinations [2013] IASC 116 and [2017] IASC 132 to reduce the capacity allocated by 1,288 seats per week, leaving 692 seats per week under the determinations.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 16 March 2018, Determination [2018] IASC 105, which renewed [2013] IASC 127, allocating 720 seats of capacity per week in each direction on the Indonesia route. The determination is valid for five years from 25 February 2019.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 15 June 2018, Determination [2018] IASC 108, which renewed [2013] IASC 131, allocating unrestricted passenger capacity between points in Australia, except Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth and authorised points in Indonesia. The determination is valid for 99 years from 27 May 2019.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 15 June 2018, Determination [2018] IASC 108, which renewed [2013] IASC 130, allocating 1,080 seats of capacity per week in each direction on the Indonesia route. The determination is valid for five years from 11 May 2019.

Italy

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 31 August 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 118, allocating 300 third country code share seats per week in each direction on the Italy route. The determination is valid for five years from 31 August 2017.

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission’s delegate issued, on 2 March 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 202*, varying Determination [2013] IASC 119 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the Italy route for code sharing between Qantas and British Airways. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 2 March 2018.

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission’s delegate issued, on 2 March 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 203*, varying Determination [2013] IASC 109 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the Italy route for code sharing between Qantas and British Airways. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 2 March 2018.

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission’s delegate issued, on 2 March 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 204*, varying Determination [2017] IASC 118 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the Italy route for code sharing between Qantas and British Airways. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 2 March 2018.

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission’s delegate issued, on 2 March 2018, Determination [2018] IASC 101*, which renewed [2013] IASC 119, allocating 300 third country code share seats per week averaged over 12 months on the Italy route. The determination is valid for five years from 8 August 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 10 August 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 119, allocating 300 third country code share seats per week in each direction on the Italy route. The determination is valid for five years from 10 August 2017.

Japan

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 4 September 2017, Decision [2017] IASC 217, varying Determination [2012] IASC 102 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the Japan route for code sharing between Jetstar and Japan Airways. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 4 September 2017.

Korea

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission’s delegate issued, on 10 April 2018, Determination [2018] IASC 107*, which renewed [2014] IASC 104, allocating 1,000 seats per week in each direction on the Korea route. The determination is valid for five years from 14 March 2019.

New Zealand

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 7 December 2017, Decision [2017] IASC 220, varying Determination [2014] IASC 102 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the New Zealand route for code sharing between Qantas and SriLankan Airways. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 7 December 2017.

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 8 May 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 212, varying Determination [2014] IASC 102 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the New Zealand route for code sharing between Qantas and China Airlines. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 8 May 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 10 August 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 113, which renewed [2007] IASC 118, allocating unlimited passenger and freight capacity on the New Zealand route. The determination is valid for 10 years from 10 July 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission’s delegate issued, on 2 February 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 208*, varying Determination [2007] IASC 118 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the New Zealand route for code sharing between Virgin Australia and Hainan Airlines. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 2 February 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission’s delegate issued, on 2 February 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 209*, varying Determination [2017] IASC 113 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the New Zealand route for code sharing between Virgin Australia and Hainan Airlines. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 2 February 2018.

Papua New Guinea

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 15 June 2018, Determination [2018] IASC 109, which renewed [2014] IASC 108, allocating 160 seats per week in each direction on the Papua New Guinea route. The determination is valid for five years from 20 May 2019.

Samoa

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission’s delegate issued, on 10 August 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 120*, allocating 880 seats per week in each direction on the Samoa route. The determination is valid for five years from 10 August 2017.

Singapore

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission’s delegate issued, on 9 November 2017, Decision [2017] IASC 219*, varying Determination [2007] IASC 116 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the Singapore route for code sharing between Qantas and LATAM Airlines. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 9 November 2017.

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 7 December 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 131, which renewed [2007] IASC 116, allocating unlimited capacity and frequency on the Singapore route. The determination is valid for 10 years from 31 October 2018.

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 15 June 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 215, varying Determination [2007] IASC 116 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the Singapore route for code sharing between Qantas and Air France. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 15 June 2018.

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 15 June 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 216, varying Determination [2017] IASC 131 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the Singapore route for code sharing between Qantas and Air France. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 15 June 2018.

South Africa

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 31 August 2017, Decision [2017] IASC 215, varying Determination [2012] IASC 106 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the South Africa route for code sharing between Qantas and El Al Airlines. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 31 August 2017.

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 31 August 2017, Decision [2017] IASC 216, varying Determination [2017] IASC 102 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the South Africa route for code sharing between Qantas and El Al Airlines. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 31 August 2017.

Thailand

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 31 August 2017, Decision [2017] IASC 214, varying Determination [2017] IASC 108 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the Thailand route for code sharing between Qantas and El Al Airlines. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 31 August 2017.

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 4 October 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 123, which renewed [2008] IASC 119, allocating unlimited all cargo capacity and frequency on the Thailand route. The determination is valid for 10 years from 28 September 2018.

Tonga

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 17 October 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 127, which renewed [2013] IASC 113, allocating 180 seats per week in each direction on the Tonga route. The determination is valid for five years from 17 September 2018.

United Arab Emirates

Upon the application of Qantas, the Commission issued, on 15 June 2018, Decision [2017] IASC 217, revoking Determination [2016] IASC 217, which allocated 14 frequencies per week in each direction on the United Arab Emirates route.

United States

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 10 August 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 114, which renewed [2008] IASC 110, allocating unlimited passenger and cargo capacity on the United States route. The determination is valid for 10 years from 1 August 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 18 January 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 206, varying Determination [2008] IASC 110 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the United States route for code sharing between Virgin Australia and Virgin Atlantic. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 18 January 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 18 January 2018, Decision [2018] IASC 207, varying Determination [2017] IASC 114 to permit the use of capacity allocated on the United States route for code sharing between Virgin Australia and Virgin Atlantic. The permission is valid for the duration of the determination commencing from 18 January 2018.

Vanuatu

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 10 August 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 117, which renewed [2013] IASC 108, allocating 720 seats per week in each direction on the Vanuatu route. The determination is valid for 10 years from 10 July 2018.

Upon the application of Virgin Australia, the Commission issued, on 10 August 2017, Determination [2017] IASC 121, which renewed [2013] IASC 109, allocating 180 seats per week in each direction on the Vanuatu route. The determination is valid for five years from 1 August 2018.

* Indicates a determination or decision made by the Commission's delegate.

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Last Updated: 19 October, 2018