Fly Corporate launched flights between Brisbane and Dubbo on 7 August, a route that it plans to operate six times weekly. Geoff Woodham, Sales Manager, Fly Corporate, and Mayor of The Dubbo Region, Ben Shields, took time to promote the route on the day of the launch, while also highlighting Dubbo to Melbourne Essendon flights which the carrier will begin 28 September. The route from Brisbane was flown by JETGO Australia until the carrier closed in June.
- Fly Corporate, an Australian regional airline which launched in 2016, introduced its latest route from Brisbane (BNE) on 7 August, a 692-kilometre sector to Dubbo (DBO), a link which was run by JETGO Australia until the carrier collapsed in June. Fly Corporate will offer six weekly flights (no Saturdays service) on the leg between Brisbane and Dubbo on its 34-seat Saab 340s. Flights will leave Brisbane at 08:10 between Monday and Friday, landing in Dubbo at 10:00. Return services then depart at 10:35, touching down in Brisbane at 12:15. Sunday services will see a departure time of 13:25 from Brisbane, arriving in Dubbo at 15:15. The return flight will take off from Dubbo at 15:50, arriving back in Brisbane at 17:30. The carrier will add a second route from Dubbo on 28 September, launching a sector to Melbourne Essendon, a route that will operate twice-weekly (Fridays and Sundays).