On 14 April 2004, the ACCC received a notice from Airservices Australia (Airservices) stating that Airservices proposes to introduce a temporary price for an aviation rescue and fire fighting (ARFF) service located at Ayers Rock Airport which is declared under section 95X of the Act.
In February 2003, Australia Post lodged a draft notification proposing price increases for certain Reply Paid mail services. Most Reply Paid letters fall within the category of Australia Post reserved services which are declared under the PS Act.
Sydney Airports Corporation Limited (SACL) notified the Commission in September 2002 of its proposal to offer a passenger-based charge for regional air services at the common use terminal now known as Terminal 2 (the former Ansett domestic terminal).
In July 2002 Airservices Australia provided the ACCC with a formal notification of proposed temporary price increases for en-route navigation services; terminal navigation at 9 of the 22 locations where those services are provided; and aviation and fire fighting services at all 16 locations where these services are provided.
In June 2001, the Hospitals Contribution Fund of Australia Ltd (HCF) promoted its health insurance cover in NSW and the ACT by a television advertisement which showed the statement "Join before 30th June and get instant cover".
In May 2001 the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) decided to object to Sydney Airport Corporation Limited’s (SACL’s) proposed charges for the provision of aeronautical services at Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport.
Summary of undertaking offered by FAI General Insurance Company Limited to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) given for the purposes of section 93AA.
The ACCC investigated FAI General Insurance Company Limited, in relation to potentially misleading representations on insurance policy renewals.