The Australian Competition and Consumer Commision (ACCC) has announced it has no objection to Airservices Australia's revised pricing plan for Air Traffic Control. 

The ACCC had rejected an earlier proposal in which they deemed Airservices Australia would be over-recovering its costs by $49 million over a five year period.  The ACCC Chairman Rod Sims comments " Airservices has now proposed lower prices than were in its previous proposal, which the ACCC believes will not lead it to over-recover its costs. "

Airservices is now free to implement its revised pricing strategy as planned from October 1.

Read the
ACCC’s final decision on Airservices Australia’s revised pricing strategy. for further details.