On 5 March 2011, details of appeals brought by Air Canada (case T-9/11), KLM (case T-28/11) and Cathay Pacific (case T-38/11) were published in the Official Journal. They are appealing against a decision dated 9 November 2010 in which the Commission fined 11 air cargo carriers €799m for participation in a price fixing cartel in which surcharges for fuel and security had been coordinated by the airlines over a six year period. The airlines are appealing against the substance of the infringement decision as well as the level of fine imposed. Currently, Air Canada is facing a €21,037,500 fine whilst KLM and Cathay Pacific face fines of €127,160,000 and €57,120,000 respectively.