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- 1. Australia’s first ATR 42-500 takes Flight with MacAir Airlines
Australia’s first ATR 42-500 takes Flight with MacAir Airlines. MacAir Airlines of Queensland, Australia, has introduced into service Australia’s first ATR 42-500 turboprop aircraft. The aircraft commenced service operating a flight from the coastal city of Townsville to the regional mining centre of Cloncurry. The MacAir ATR 42-500 - the largest aircraft in the carrier’s fleet - w
- 2. MacAir Airlines to use new ATR 42-500 on Townsville-Mount Isa route
MacAir Airlines to use new ATR 42-500 on Townsville-Mount Isa route. One of Queensland’s largest regional carriers, MacAir Airlines, has confirmed that its newly-acquired ATR 42-500 aircraft will enter service mid-year on the key Townsville-Mount Isa route. The 50-seat aircraft is currently undergoing final preparation in Europe, where it has just been painted in MacAir colours, in
- 3. MacAir wins major Queensland Government Contract
MacAir wins major Queensland Government Contract. Under the government’s new qconnect regional air service programme, MacAir has won the licence to operate scheduled services on six key routes in regional Queensland . All routes will be served by either 34-seat SAAB 340B or 50-seat ATR 42-500 aircraft , phasing out 19-seat Metroliner aircraft. This will necessitate the upgrading of
- 4. Queensland's MacAir to bid for Long Term Regional Contract
Queensland's MacAir to bid for Long Term Regional Contract. Queensland's MacAir Airlines has confirmed its intention to tender for a major State Government contract to provide scheduled air transport services to 19 regional centres for a 10 year period, effective from March 2008.
- 5. MacAir recruits more Pilots and Cabin Crew
MacAir recruits more Pilots and Cabin Crew. MacAir, a Queensland-based regional airline, has hired 21 new pilots and flight attendants, to help accommodate continuing strong growth in the State's regional markets. The airline has just recruited 13 new flight attendants and eight additional pilots, and is seeking more aircrew to meet ongoing strong demand for Queensland air services
- 6. Queensland's MacAir takes delivery of ATR- 42-500
Queensland's MacAir takes delivery of ATR- 42-500. When it enters service in June, the ATR - now MacAir’s largest aircraft - will provide a substantial increase in peak-period seating capacity on the key route between Townsville and Mt Isa, as well as on “fly-in, fly out” services to several major mine sites. This will also release 36-seat SAAB 340B aircraft which currently operate
- 7. MacAir Invests in Upgraded Air Services for Regional Communities
MacAir Invests in Upgraded Air Services for Regional Communities. Air travellers from Cairns to Kowanyama and Pormpuraaw (Edward River) will experience an upgrade in service from the 23rd October when MacAir replaces its 19-seat Metroliners on peak day services on a Monday and a Friday with the 34 seat Saab 340B aircraft.
- 8. Queensland's MacAir enlists customer help in Choosing New Aircraft
Queensland's MacAir enlists customer help in Choosing New Aircraft.
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