On 20 July, JETGO Australia began its second service from Brisbane on the 693-kilometre domestic sector to Dubbo, joining existing operations to Tamworth from the capital of Queensland.
- JETGO Australia began its service from Brisbane (BNE) on the 693-kilometre domestic sector to Dubbo (DBO) in New South Wales on 20 July. The thrice-weekly operation using the regional airline’s 37-seat ERJ 135s joins existing operations to Tamworth from the capital of Queensland, with the three rotations nestling in between two daily roundtrips to Tamworth that are operated each Monday, Wednesday and Friday. A fourth weekly rotation will be added on Sundays from 16 August. No other carrier operates on this city pair. Dubbo City Regional Airport handled just over 200,000 passengers in 2014 with most of these passengers travelling to/from Sydney, either on QantasLink or Regional Express flights.