Air New Zealand has agreed to a settlement in a US class-action lawsuit against several airlines accused of price fixing in their cargo operations. Under the settlement terms, the airline will pay $35 million. Air New Zealand has not admitted liability, and it said it agreed to settle “rather than take the risk of a potentially very material commercial liability by continuing to defend its position.” The class action was filed on behalf of several freight forwarders in 2006. ...

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