• Even if REX had 2 regional flights that connected and you had half of each flight continuing onto the 737, you would be looking at 1/3 of the seats being taken. In the short term until they up there fleet numbers, it makes sense to focus on the point to point. Once they have more flights ava...

  • This is a smart and will be profitable move. Pre covid Sydney - Melbourne was 2nd busiest route in the world. And Rex clearly going to start with that route as that's where they want to base the aircraft. As for joining the market in March, it is good timing. As passenger numbers slowly pick up s...

  • For long term storage it makes sense, as whilst temperatures are similar, Alica springs and higher average rain fall and humidity. Whereas SIA are still hopeful of a 6-12month turn around. Also this is just a guess, but their aircraft in Singapore would experience much worse humidity in Singapor...

  • It sounds like a decent plan. Though being a taller and wider guy I am not the biggest fan of the 737 on flights longer than 90min. But it makes total sense.My worry is that once we are back up and running over the next year or two, Qantas will reduce the number of A330s on East - West legs. With...

  • They are a very good airline, often with very good sales thanks to peoples incorrect perceptions. I convince 10 family members to fly them to London and Vienna for a wedding 2 years ago. The biggest struggle I had was convincing them that the airline wasn't Chinese or any relation to China Air. O...

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