The International Air Services Commission has granted Jetstar and V Australia capacity on the Fiji route.
Qantas Group was awarded 852 seats of capacity per week which must be used no later than April 2010.
V Australia has been awarded 907 seats of capacity per week, but the carrier must launch services by December 31 this year.
The Commission said it expects Jetstar and V Australia to compete strongly on the leisure market.
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