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Rex to Launch New Service Between Adelaide and Sydney From June 29, 2023

Rex will launch their eighth domestic route on June 29, 2023, with new service between Adelaide and Sydney. The route will be operated daily with a Boeing 737-800NG, with special one-way fares from $99.

Rex Boeing 737-800NG - Courtesy Rex

On Monday (May 29, 2023), Rex announced the launch of new daily service between Adelaide and Sydney starting June 29, 2023. The new service becomes the carrier’s eighth domestic route and will be operated with a Boeing 737-800NG. Rex has been operating service to Adelaide from Melbourne since March 31, 2021. With the launch of Adelaide-Sydney service, Rex opens up connections between regional NSW and Adelaide via Sydney, as well as between regional SA and Sydney via Adelaide, and between Adelaide and Brisbane via Sydney. Celebrating the launch of the new route from Adelaide to Sydney, the carrier is offering special one-way Economy Class launch fares from $99 and Business Class fares from $399. To qualify for the low promotional fares, tickets must be booked by June 30, 2023 for travel through July 31, 2023 (additional T&Cs apply).

In Sunday’s announcement, Rex’s Deputy Chairman, the Hon. John Sharp AM, said,

“This new route brings us one step closer to our ambition to fly between every capital city in Australia. More new routes will be announced shortly. I would particularly like to thank Adelaide Airport for its co-operative approach, forward thinking and ongoing support without which we would not have been able to launch this new route.”

Also commenting on the new route launch, Adelaide Airport’s Managing Director, Brenton Cox, said,

“This service provides South Australian passengers with more choice when flying on our second most popular route, and will start in time for the July school holiday peak. I congratulate Rex on recognising the future growth opportunities on this route. Rex has been a great supporter of the Adelaide market, including regional links, for many years.”

Rex is Australia’s largest independent regional and domestic airline. The carrier operates a fleet of 61 Saab 340s and nine Boeing 737-800NGs, serving 58 destinations throughout all Australian states. The Rex Group also includes wholly-owned subsidiaries Pel-Air Aviation (an airfreight aeromedical and charter operator) as well as two pilot academies, Australia Airline Pilot Academy in Wagga Wagga and Ballarat. Rex is also a 50 percent shareholder of National Jet Express (NJE), a premier Fly-in-Fly-Out (FIFO) charter and freight operator.

Source: Rex Airlines


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