MacAir increases capacity between Brisbane and Moranbah

Travel News Asia Tuesday, 5 September 2006

MacAir Airlines has upgraded its Brisbane to Moranbah service to an all SAAB 340B aircraft service. The Metroliner Aircraft was withdrawn from service on September 4th.

MacAirs, Marketing and Customer Relations Manager, Fiona Pelling said that moving from a schedule using both SAAB and Fairchild Metroliner services to an all SAAB schedule means increased capacity and comfort for passengers and reflects the routes growth and MacAirs continued commitment and investment to the Bowen Basin Region.

To celebrate the upgrade the airline has launched a new discounted web fare between Moranbah and Brisbane on its daily weekday flights. These fares are already available for sale.

The all SAAB schedule will see weekday flights departing Brisbane at 6:15am each morning and returning from Moranbah at 5pm to Brisbane each evening.

MacAir Airlines is a Qantas Frequent Flyer partner and operates a fleet of modern propjets and services 36 destinations throughout regional Queensland in additional to providing fly in fly out services for their many mining partners.

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