Cases Completed in 2019

Below is a list of the Commission's completed cases in 2019.

Korea - 08 January 2019

The International Air Services Commission (the Commission) has received an application PDF: 354 KB ReadSpeaker  from Qantas seeking an allocation of 400 seats per week on the Korea route.  Qantas has also sought for the capacity to be able to be used: (1)  to provide joint services with Cathay Pacific Airways Limited (Cathay Pacific), and (2) to provide joint services with Hong Kong Dragon Airlines Limited (Cathay Dragon).

Invitation for other applications

In accordance with section 12 of the International Air Services Commission Act 1992, the Commission invites other applications for capacity on the route.

The closing date for making an application is 22 January 2019. If you are intending to make an application, please inform the Executive Director of the Commission, by email (at iasc@infrastructure.gov.au), of your intention to make an application as soon as possible.

Update - 06 February 2019

On 5 February 2019, the Commission issued Determination [2019] IASC 103, allocating to Qantas 400 seats per week in each direction on the Korea route.  The capacity may be used by Qantas to provide code share services with Cathay Pacific Airways and Hong Kong Dragon Airlines.  The determination is valid for five years from 5 February 2019.

Japan - 20 December 2018

The International Air Services Commission (the Commission) has received an application PDF: 303 KB ReadSpeaker from Qantas seeking to renew Determination [2014] IASC 120, which allocates seven frequencies per week on the Japan route to serve Haneda Airport. Determination [2014] IASC 120 is due to expire on 15 December 2019.

Invitation for other applications

In accordance with sections 12 and 17 of the International Air Services Commission Act 1992, the Commission invites other applications for capacity on the route.

The closing date for making an application is 11 January 2019. If you are intending to make an application, please inform the Executive Director of the Commission, by email (at iasc@infrastructure.gov.au), of your intention to make an application as soon as possible.

Update - 15 January 2019

On 15 January 2019, the Commission issued Renewal Determination [2019] IASC 102, allocating to Qantas seven frequencies per week of capacity in each direction on the Japan route. The fresh determination permits the capacity to be used by either Qantas or its wholly-owned subsidiary, Jetstar Airways Pty Limited, and for Qantas to provide services jointly with LATAM Airlines Group S.A. (LATAM). The determination is valid for five years from 16 December 2019.

New Caledonia - 19 December 2018

The International Air Services Commission (the Commission) has received an application PDF: 354 KB ReadSpeaker from Qantas seeking an allocation of 156 seats per week on the New Caledonia route. Qantas has also sought for the capacity to be able to be used: (1) by Qantas or another Australian carrier which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qantas; (2) for the provision of joint services between Qantas and any wholly-owned subsidiary of the Qantas Group; and (3) for Qantas to be able to provide joint services with Aircalin.

Invitation for other applications

In accordance with section 12 of the International Air Services Commission Act 1992, the Commission invites other applications for capacity on the route.

The closing date for making an application is 10 January 2019. If you are intending to make an application, please inform the Executive Director of the Commission, by email (at iasc@infrastructure.gov.au), of your intention to make an application as soon as possible.

Update - 15 January 2019

On 15 January 2019, the Commission issued Determination [2019] IASC 101, allocating to Qantas 156 seats per week in each direction of passenger capacity on the New Caledonia route. The capacity may be used by either Qantas or its wholly-owned subsidiary, Jetstar Airways Pty Limited and for Qantas to provide services jointly with Aircalin. The determination is valid for five years from 15 January 2019.

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Last Updated: 6 February, 2019