Air New Zealand, Qantas and four other airlines are establishing an association to lobby on common causes such as airport fees, taxes and infrastructure reform. The new association is called Airlines for Australia and New Zealand (A4ANZ) and will be chaired by former Australian competition and consumer commission chairman Graeme Samuel. Founding members are Air New Zealand, Qantas, Regional Express (Rex), Qantas’ low-cost carrier (LCC) Jetstar, Virgin Australia and its LCC, Tigerair ...

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