Wing it to the Whitsundays - Qantas announces another new Queensland route

Latest News|Published 8 July 2021

Queenslanders will have more travel options to the world-famous Whitsunday Coast with QantasLink launching direct flights from Brisbane to Proserpine Airport for the first time in seven years.

From 17 September 2021, QantasLink will operate up to seven weekly return flights between Proserpine and Brisbane with its 74-seat Q400 turboprop aircraft, adding more than 1000 seats on the route each week.

It follows the new routes QantasLink commenced from Brisbane to Albury and Cooma earlier this week. Between Qantas, QantasLink and Jetstar, the Group has now launched more than 45 new routes since international borders closed, around half of which are into Queensland.

Special Economy fares on the new route are available from $109 one way until 11.59pm AEST 17 July 2021, unless sold out prior. Terms and conditions apply. 

The new Brisbane-Proserpine service will complement Jetstar flights to the Whitsunday Coast from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. 

Qantas has recently extended its Fly Flexible policy, offering customers who book flights before 30 September 2021 with unlimited ‘fee free’ date changes when travelling before 28 February 2022. A fare difference may apply. 

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