Airways today launched consultations on the company’s pricing framework.
The Pricing Framework which defines the methodologies used by Airways to price the services defined in the Service Framework, which was consulted earlier this year.
“The pricing framework was last revised in 2012, so a review is needed to ensure it remains fit for purpose,” said Graeme Sumner, CEO of Airways.
“Our prices are set against the Framework over a three-year cycle, with the next cycle running from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2025.
“Prior to setting our prices for this period, we were seeking feedback on the framework itself and on a proposed change to the treatment of ‘work in progress’ that will more closely align our approach with that of the Trade Commission at the time. of the capital charge calculation, “he said.
A number of minor areas of Airways’ terms and conditions that require updating to comply with changes in legislation or reflect current practices have also been identified.
“With time and good planning, New Zealand and the aviation industry will recover from COVID-19. The main objective of Airways is to support the long-term recovery of the New Zealand aviation industry and its services to New Zealand by tailoring our services and prices to the reality of the airline industry. aviation today and in the future while maintaining aviation safety as always, ”says Sumner.
The consultation will end on Wednesday December 1 and will be followed by a two week period during which cross-submissions can be made by Wednesday December 15. All quotes will be available on the Airways website.
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