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Tigerair Confirms Infrastructure Access Agreement With Sydney Airport: Withdraws NCC Application

August 12, 2014 Airport No Comments Email Email

Tigerair Australia today confirmed it has reached agreement with Sydney Airport on issues related to access to existing infrastructure and investment in future infrastructure.

This agreement follows productive discussions with Sydney Airport, as a result of which Tigerair has withdrawn its application with the National Competition Council (NCC) to recommend to the designated Commonwealth Minister that the “Domestic Terminal Service” provided by Sydney Airport at Terminal 2 be “declared” under Part IIIA of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA).

Tigerair Australia CEO Rob Sharp said: “Following productive in  depth commercial discussions at the negotiating table we have achieved a successful resolution that offers good outcomes for all parties involved, delivering infrastructure access for Tigerair. The negotiations were conducted on a professional amicable basis and the working relationship with Sydney Airport is sound.”

“Today’s agreement gives Tigerair a fair go at Sydney Airport and will enable us to continue to focus on creating a strong operating platform that supports sustainable growth and brings healthy competition to the budget air travel market.”

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