According to Reuters:

British Airways (BA) could be fined up to 80 million euros (71 million pounds) next month for fixing cargo prices with other carriers, a source with direct knowledge of the case said on Tuesday.

A number of firms played “cooperate”:

The European Commission charged BA, Air France-KLM, SAS and several other airlines in December 2007 with taking part in an air freight cartel.

One played “defect”:

Lufthansa previously said it had immunity as it alerted the Commission to the cartel.

(Hat Tip: Amit Patel)