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  1. Emirates ordered to pay $10 million for price fixing

    12 October 2012 - surcharges. Emirates is the tenth airline to settle in these proceedings. “This settlement with Emirates brings the total … airlines, fixed prices relating to fuel and other surcharges. As part of the settlement, Emirates has admitted to: arriving and giving effect to illegal understandings relating to a fuel surcharge, a security surcharge and a customs fee on air freight …
  2. Malaysia Airlines Cargo Sdn Bhd penalised $6 million for price fixing cartel

    14 June 2012 - effect to understandings with other international airlines regarding the level of particular surcharges and fees relating … surcharges between April 2002 and September 2005 security surcharges between October 2001 and October 2005, and customs fees …
  3. Thai Airways to pay $7.5 million in penalties for price fixing

    17 December 2012 - that they engaged in cartel conduct related to fuel and other surcharges. As part of the settlement, Thai Airways has admitted to reaching and giving effect to price fixing understandings related to a fuel surcharge, security surcharge and customs fee …
  4. Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines to pay $23 million in penalties for price fixing

    7 December 2012 - alleging that they engaged in cartel conduct, including in relation to fuel and other surcharges applied to the carriage … Arriving at, and giving effect to, price understandings relating to a fuel surcharge, security surcharge, and customs fee … and security surcharge for airfreight services between Singapore and Australia; and Attempting to make a price fixing arrangement …
  5. Andrew Clarke ( PDF 93.6 KB )

    21 September 2012 - 25,000 Skywards points +  taxes & surcharges  36,000 Qantas Frequent  Flyer Points + taxes &  surcharges  Emirates to maintain reward  requirements as is or in line with the rest  of their network. Taxes & surcharges to  be equal to those for an ordinary fare.  Economy checked‐ in baggage  …
  6. Mpos Australia Pty Ltd ( PDF 115.59 KB )

    6 June 2012 - understood that with Cabcharge as the EFTPOS Supplier comes mandatory commissions and surcharges of 10% of the passenger fare thus removing the ability for a Bailiee to negotiate such surcharges and commissions. If it is the case that Cabcharge … ahead of the Bailee. The Bailee would have negotiated with MPOS the processing of EFTPOS transactions and surcharges
  7. ACCC: Businesses must not misrepresent the effect of NT rail bridge damage on prices of goods or services

    5 January 2012 - of trains. If a company makes a claim regarding the increase in their prices or about the size or nature of any surcharge … to ask companies to justify prices and surcharges which appear to be unreasonably high. Release number:  NR 002/12 ACCC …
  8. Garuda Indonesia loses claim for immunity in the ACCC’s cartel conduct proceedings

    7 September 2012 - 7 September 2012 The High Court of Australia today unanimously declared that airline Garuda Indonesia could not claim immunity from Australian Competition and Consumer Commission allegations of cartel conduct in breach of the Trade Practices Act 1974. The ACCC has been pursuing a number of international airlines for cartel conduct relating to surcharges applied …
  9. National Bulk Commoditites Group Inc ( PDF 46.75 KB )

    24 October 2012 - within the license. 5. Surcharges (fuel) if any and the methodology to be used to apply and cancel these surcharges
  10. Australian Taxi Drivers Association ( PDF 59.55 KB )

    6 August 2012 - surcharges and tolls. Attachments 4 and 5 only note “total takings” as derived from “ Meter Readings”, and there appears … but are surely not shared. Tariff Surcharges are generally intended as a purely driver benefit. That First Class retains 55% of all … is used, a 10% plus GST is a near universal surcharge. Speciously the response notes that Commissions and incentives offered …