New Qantas Regional Destinations
Qantas is making it even easier to explore more of Australia with the announcement of a major expansion to its regional network and the addition of more flights to existing routes.
The expansion to the regional network includes seven new routes across New South Wales, South Australia, and Victoria to meet customer demand. From the 1st of March Qantas will begin daily direct flights between Sydney and Griffith, along with Melbourne to Merimbula four times a week. Twelve flights a week between Melbourne and Newcastle began at the start of February.
Starting towards the end of March flights out of Melbourne will commence to Mount Gambier five times a week, and Wagga, Wagg and Albury four times, as well as a flight between Adelaide to Mount Gambier five times a week.
The flights will largely be operated by the airlines 50-seat Q300 turboprop aircraft with upgraded cabin interiors.
Along with these new routes, Qantas has also increased the frequency of some of their existing flights. Melbourne to the Gold Coast flights will double from daily to twice daily in April. Sydney to Orange flights will be increased from three times a week to a daily flight, and the Melbourne to Launceston flights will be upgraded to a Boeing 717.
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