Australian Competition and Consumer Commission rejected a transpacific Air New Zealand/Air Canada codeshare pact. ACCC issued a draft determination denying authorization for the two airlines to codeshare on AC's Sydney-Vancouver services and ANZ's Auckland-Vancouver flights, claiming it would lessen competition. The airlines argued that neither operates on the other's routes and both would promote each other's services, bringing more tourists to Australia and New Zealand.

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