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Wellington International Airport: Statement on the Commerce Commission's Decision to decline the

23 Oct 2003

On behalf of the consortium of interests who were opposed to the airlines alliance, Wellington International Airport welcomes the decision of the Commerce Commission announced today. The decision is no surprise and is consistent with the Commission's preliminary view that the alliance and merger would be damaging to all those with an interest in a viable, vigorous air transport industry and for the economy.

Along with Air New Zealand's management we want a strong Air New Zealand. The success of Air New Zealand Express in the domestic market would suggest that the airline's strategy is on the right flight path.


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