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Canberra Airport Group | 2 years ago

Over the last few weeks, Canberra Airport has begun its recovery from the devastating effects of COVID-19. New flight routes are being created and two new airlines have joined the family. A full list of changes is available below:


Flights commence with Alliance Airlines between Canberra and the Sunshine Coast, then on to Cairns:

Alliance Airlines flights between Canberra and Sunshine Coast and onwards to Cairns officially commenced on Friday 23 October. Initially, the service will operate 2 times a week on Mondays and Fridays.

The new double destination service is the first time Alliance Airlines has offered regular passenger services to Canberra and are one of Australia’s top regional air operators headquartered in Brisbane.

To read more, click here.


Fly Pelican will commence flights to Port Macquarie:

Fly Pelican will commence direct flights from Canberra to Port Macquarie, starting from 1 November 2020. This will be the first time Canberra Airport has operated services to Port Macquarie.

For more information, click here.


Link Airways joins Canberra Airport with flights to Hobart:

Canberra Airport has announced Link Airways will commence four weekly scheduled return services between Canberra and Hobart, Tasmania, from 5 November 2020. Tasmania’s border officially opened to the ACT on Monday 26 October. Tasmania is also set to open its border to NSW from 6 November.

Link Airways, a Canberra owned airline, will provide direct flights from Canberra to Hobart for the first time since 2013, further establishing the expansion of tourism and business.

To read more, click here.


Link Airways to commence flights to Newcastle:

In addition to Hobart, Link Airways will also begin flying direct from Canberra to Newcastle, from 20 November 2020.

For more information, click here.



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