Chapman Freeborn withdraws IASC application

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Chapman Freeborn has withdrawn its application to the International Air Services Commission (IASC) for 32t of freight capacity allocation each on the Papua New Guinea, Nauru and New Caledonia routes.

The airline withdrew after reviewing its requirements on the routes.

In recent weeks, Qantas, Pacific Air Express and Skyforce Aviation also applied for freight capacity allocations to Papua New Guinea, Nauru and New Caledonia.