Australian regulators have given interim approval to a partnership between Virgin Australia and Virgin Atlantic that will see them cooperate in the Australia-UK market. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) decision will allow the two airlines to partner on flights that meet at “mutual midpoints” in Hong Kong, Los Angeles, and “any other future mutual connecting points.” They already codeshare, but the airlines wanted to coordinate more closely on ...

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