JETSTAR has been given the green light to implement a codeshare arrangement with Fiji Airways on flights to Singapore.
The budget carrier’s parent company, Qantas, applied to the International Air Services Commission (IASC) in early February seeking approval for the collaboration.
The Flying Kangaroo has also been granted permission by the IASC for capacity to five markets in Asia and the Pacific region, including approval for 204 seats of capacity per week on the Cook Islands route.
The Aussie carrier has also given the go-ahead for 696 seats per week on the Fiji route, 100 seats per week in each direction on the New Caledonia route, and 152 seats per week in each direction to the Philippines.
Qantas was also granted 14,468 seats per week for the exercise of third and fourth freedom rights on the Indonesia route, as well as 2,148 seats for the exercise of beyond traffic rights with 12 frequencies per week, seven of which can be used beyond Indonesia from Denpasar.