The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has expanded its investigation into cargo price-fixing and yesterday announced commencement of legal proceedings against Air France, KLM, Martinair and Cargolux Airlines International for colluding on fuel surcharges between 2003 and 2006. The carriers "made a number of admissions and consented to the remedies sought including penalties, injunctions and costs," ACCC said. Air France and KLM have offered to pay a combined fine of A$6 million ...

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