Air Transport

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Air freight

AIR FREIGHT

Australian Air Express

http://www.aae.com.au/

Owned by Qantas Airways Ltd and Australia Post Corporation, Australian air Express (AaE) continues to be the driving force behind the modernisation of Australia’s air freight industry.

AIRLINES

Virgin Australia

http://www.virginaustralia.com/

In 2000, the Virgin brand entered the Australian aviation market for the first time, bringing real competition in the leisure sector of the market. Launching the new brand Virgin Australia in May 2011.

Qantas

http://www.qantas.com.au/
Qantas is widely regarded as the world’s leading long distance airline and one of the strongest brands in Australia. Qantas also operates subsidiary businesses including other airlines.

Jetstar

http://www.jetstar.com.au/
Jetstar is Australia’s new low fares airline. Jetstar is wholly owned by
Qantas but is managed separately and operates independently.

Rex Regional Express

http://www.rex.com.au/
Australia’s largest independent regional airline, connecting 30 metropolitan and regional centres across New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia

Rotor­lift Helicopters

http://www.rotorlift.com.au/
Rotor­Lift Pty Ltd was established in 1991 as a Helicopter Sales and Maintenance Company and now includes Skyplan Australia Pty Ltd, operator of helicopters for Charter, and Aerial work.

REGIONAL and CHARTER AIRLINES.

Airlines of Tasmania

http://www.airtasmania.com.au/

Airlines of Tasmania services not only Flinders Island but remote http://dolphin70.aqbsoft.com/m/sites/browse/tag/vhealthportal.com+online+drugstore South West Tasmania, with charter and survey services statewide, interstate and overseas.

Tasair

http://www.tasair.com.au

Operating continuously since 1965, Tasair is Tasmania’s longest and most experienced airline and charter flight business.

Aus­Air

http://home.vicnet.net.au/~ausair/

Aus­Air has established a strong regional airline network, linking rural communities and provincial centres in Tasmania, Victoria and southern NSW with Melbourne.

King Island Airlines

http://www.kingislandair.com.au/

Providing daily air services for carriage of passengers and freight between Moorabbin Airport in Melbourne and Currie, King Island. Fully flexible charter services are also available

AIRPORTS

Hobart Airport

http://www.hobartairpt.com.au/

In addition to domestic and general aviation operations, Hobart Airport provides an international gateway to the island State’s famous heritage.

Launceston Airport

http://www.launcestonairport.com.au/

Launceston Airport is a prime location to arrive or depart from Melbourne or Sydney as well as to fly to Flinders Island and King Island, or handle your air freight requirements.

Burnie Airport

http://www.burnieairport.com.au/

Burnie Airport is situated geographically in the centre of the North­West Coast of Tasmania at Wynyard and is the Tasmanian mainland’s closest transport hub to Melbourne.

Devonport Airport

http://www.tasports.com.au/

Owned and operated by The Tasmanian Ports Corporation Pty Ltd (Tasports). General aviation facilities include charter, intrastate and tourist services, aircraft servicing, and an air­freight depot.

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