FlyPelican takes off to the coast with new Dubbo – Ballina

FlyPelican takes off to the coast with new Dubbo - Ballina

FlyPelican’s new Dubbo service to Ballina joins existing routes from Canberra and Newcastle to the gateway to Byron Bay.

Australia’s FlyPelican began its first Dubbo – Ballina service on 28 August.

The 608-kilometre route is operated on a three-weekly basis by its 19-seat Jetstream 31s with a 1h 45m block time.

Its aircraft and crew operate Ballina, gateway to the Byron Bay region, on a W basis to/from Newcastle, routing Newcastle – Ballina – Dubbo – Ballina – Newcastle.

In June, FlyPelican began Canberra – Ballina.

FlyPelican began Dubbo - Ballina on 28 August, becoming its third route to the gateway to Byron Bay.

Source: OAG Mapper.


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