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Emirates Airlines is the latest cargo carrier to fall foul of the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) in its on-going investigation of an air cargo cartel in Australia.
First initiated in October 2008 against Qantas and British Airways, the two airlines were subsequently fined $16.6 million and $4.1 million respectively. Both airlines had to pay $166,000 in costs.
At the time the Federal Court in Sydney noted "British Airways has supplied significant information as to its own role and that of others which is continuing to assist the ACCC's ongoing investigations into the conduct of other airlines."
Since then the ACCC has added seven …