Qantas to boost regional flights with new Brisbane-Port Macquarie service

Latest News|Published 11 September 2020

Qantas has today announced it will launch new flights from Brisbane to Port Macquarie, subject to state borders opening. 

The flights will be operated up to five times per week with the airline’s Q400 turboprop aircraft, adding more than 700 seats on the route each week. 

To help maintain critical transport links following Virgin Australia’s decision to exit a number of markets, Qantas will also look to backfill capacity on other regional routes, with flights added in line with demand and an easing of travel restrictions.

The schedule and fares for the new Brisbane-Port Macquarie service will be available when the date for the border opening is announced.