REX (Regional Express) Flights

REX (Regional Express) Informations

At the beginning of 2016, there were over 1,500 weekly Regional Express flights to 58 destinations in Australia. Most of these operate from the airline's hub bases in Adelaide, Townsville, Sydney, Melbourne, Cairns and Perth. If you're planning an extended visit to Australia and want to see as much of the country as possible then check out the airline's routes and competitive prices when you book your flights to Australia. The livery of the planes is predominantly white with distinctive Rex logos and tails in blue and red. Some planes also carry examples of Australian indigenous artwork. The airline strongly believes it has a role in making Australia smaller and providing good networks between the bush and the city. Rex is proud of its tagline - Our Heart is in the Country. Its commitment to this involves:

  • Employing local staff and investing in local communities
  • Maintaining its outstanding record for timekeeping
  • Keeping costs competitive with other methods of internal travel
  • Providing excellent customer service

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The airline currently has 52 turboprop aircraft in its fleet. These are Swedish-built Saab 340 planes that seat from 33 to 36 passengers. After Quantas, the airline is the second largest internal operator in Australia serving mainly New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, North Queensland and Tasmania. When you book Regional Express flights you are guaranteed affordable prices, a reliable service and, above all, a friendly welcome from your flight staff who will serve you with tea, coffee and light snacks depending on flight times. Whether you're exploring Australia or heading to the Snowy Mountains for some skiing do it in true Aussie style with Regional Express.

REX (Regional Express) Fleet: 19 aircraft

REX (Regional Express) Fleet Details:

Aircraft Type Aircraft Aircraft Number
Saab 340 Saab 340-Saab 340 19

REX (Regional Express) in-flight services and entertainment:

REX (Regional Express) baggage (allowance, excess fees) :

Fleet Age (years) : 18.2

Key Airline Routes

Flight

Price

Trip dates

Flights Port Lincoln - Adelaide $182 11 December
Flights Adelaide - Port Lincoln $156 28 December
Flights Wagga Wagga - Sydney $149 11 December
Flights Griffith - Sydney $139 17 December
Flights Sydney - Albury $139 12 December
Flights Sydney - Griffith $139 07 January
Flights Sydney - Wagga Wagga $149 11 December
Flights Dubbo - Sydney $150 12 December
Flights Albury - Sydney $140 14 December
Flights Melbourne - Burnie $159 16 December

REX (Regional Express) flights: flight prices and latest offers

Flight

Airport codes

Price

Trip dates

Flights Sydney Orange SYD - OAG $171 24 December
Flights Melbourne Mount Gambier MEL - MGB $194 13 December
Flights Moorabbin Merimbula MBW - MIM $832 11 December
Flights Mount Gambier Melbourne MGB - MEL $419 12 to 13 December
Flights Sydney Albury SYD - ABX $140 12 December
Flights Mount Isa Townsville ISA - TSV $416 15 December
Flights Burnie Melbourne BWT - MEL $415 11 to 12 December
Flights Doomadgee Mission Mount Isa DMD - ISA $198 06 February
Flights Doomadgee Mission Brisbane DMD - BNE $703 06 February
Flights Wagga Wagga Sydney WGA - SYD $298 21 December to 02 January
Flights Orange Sydney OAG - SYD $217 11 December
Flights Burnie Melbourne BWT - MEL $319 16 to 18 December
Flights Perth Esperance PER - EPR $268 17 December
Flights Perth Esperance PER - EPR $258 14 to 16 February
Flights Perth Albany PER - ALH $411 20 to 22 January

Based on latest flight's searches. Last update: 10/12/2016


REX (Regional Express) (ZL/RXA)

The Australian Regional Express, also known as Rex, has its administrative headquarters at Mascot in Sydney. The airline was created when the Australiawide Airlines Consortium added Hazelton and Kendell Airlines to its operations in 2002. The group was renamed Regional Express Holdings in August 2005. As the airline expanded, finding enough qualified pilots in Australia became an issue so Rex established a cadet pilot training programme. This school, the Australian Airline Pilot Academy, is now based at Wagga Wagga Airport in New South Wales.