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National Jet Systems Airlines

 

History

National Jet Systems (NJS) was founded in early 1989. It started operations on 1 July 1990. It soon started planned operations for Australian Airlines, for the most part to traveler destinations in northern Australia, working an armada of BAe 146 airplane under the Airlink brand. In early 2012 an additional based located in Brisbane was opened. In early 2009 it was named to Cobham Aviation Services Australia or CAvSA. Cobham is rolling out "turnkey" transport techniques, including international airport supervision in addition to a reservation companies.

Foundation

National Jet Systems (known as Cobham Aviation Services Australia) is a scheduled and charter airline and its headquarters are located in Adelaide, Australia. It offers aviation products and services like moist rental, timetabled air travel functions, and also rental products and services around Questionnaire. This is a key service provider for QantasLink. The Dash 8 airplane which is improved to provide 24/7 city maritime monitoring with the Foreign Practices Service is also owned by Cobham.

Destinations

  • Cobham's operations can be divided into four separate sections. 
  • Cobham destinations are as follow
  • Queensland
    • Brisbane Airport
    • Cairns Airport
  • South Australia
    • Adelaide Airport
    • Moomba Airport
  • Western Australia
    •  Perth Airport
    •  Coondewanna

Hubs

Cobham Aviation Services Australia has hubs at Cairns International Airport, Perth Airport and Brisbane Airport.

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