American Airlines and Qantas said they are seeking approval for a joint business agreement "on their services between Australia/New Zealand and the US, within these regions and beyond to third countries." Approval of the agreement by the respective national regulators would permit them to cooperate on planning, marketing, scheduling and pricing and share revenues on the routes. The airlines said that QF has filed for approval of the JBA with the Australian Competition and ...

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