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Network Aviation Airlines

 

History

Network Aviation Airlines is situated at Perth airport. It was established by Lindsay Evans in 1998. Initially they had aircrafts like Beechcraft Super King Airs, Cessna 310s and Cessna 441. In February 2011 Qantas took over Network Aviations.

Community maintains the existing supervision, staff as well as running composition, with the small business to become aimed with Qantas' procedures, requirements as well as functions. In February 2011 Qantas purchased 100 10 Fokker aircraft. Skippers Aviation assisted network aviation to establish.

Foundation

While using acquire, Qantas mentioned that it truly is expanding Network's fast in addition to surgical procedures. Network Aviation fleet consists of aircrafts like Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia and 10 fokker. They have 50 flights per week. Headquarter is in Belmont Western Australia. Hugh Davin is the CEO of company. Fleet size is 19.

Network Aviation is a specialised airline in Mining Charters and Corporate and business Charters. They operate more than 80 flights for mining companies. Network aviation provides outstanding and satisfactory services to their customers.

Destinations

Network Aviation provides services from Perth airport to following airports in the Western Australia.

  • Northern Goldfields
  • Tanami Desert
  • Cue - Mid West Region
  • Morawa
  • Eastern Pilbara

Hubs

Perth airport is the major hub of network aviation airline.

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