- The ACCC did not object to a proposal by Airservices Australia to increase prices for some of its monopoly services, such as air traffic control, from 1 July 2012. The services are used and paid for by airlines and other aircraft operators landing at Australian airports and flying in Australian airspace. The proposed price increases will put into effect the second year of Airservices’ five-year pricing agreement.
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