Singapore Airlines have said that the price fixing attempt was not a policy by the airline, but by one individual. This defense did not sway the ACCC and it imposed the second largest fine ever against Singapore Airlines. The ACCC still has actions pending against Garuda Indonesia, Air New Zealand and Thai Airways. In November, Emirates was fined $10 million for fixing fuel prices, a security surcharge and a customs fee on freight carried from Indonesia to Australia and other countries between October 2001 and May 2006.
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