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Pel-Air Airlines

 

History

Pel-air was founded in the year 1984 and the following year bought its (IAI) aircraft.  In January 1989 it started scheduled carrying passengers in Western Australia with the help of its subsidiary company Qwestair with Beech 200 Super King Air aircraft. In March of that year a Westwind replaced the King Air.

Pel-Air took over Newcastle Aviation in 1995. Within 1996 Pel-Air earned a contract to provide support towards Noble Aussie Navy, leading to even more extension from the fleet using the exchange associated with some Lear jets.  In 2005 it was declared that Regional Express Holdings would take over Pel-air.

Foundation

Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd is an airline situated in Mascot, Sydney, Australia. It is a subsidiary of a company known as Regional Express Holdings which owns two another airlines first is Australian airlines Regional Express Airlines and Air Link. Pel-Air operates throughout Australasia. Sydney Airport is the main base of Pel-air.

There are also other bases such as Darwin International Airport, Brisbane Airport, and Nowra Airport. This is Australia’s one of the largest jet operator. Pel-Air specialises in providing Express Freight services and Air Ambulance services. This is one of trusted airline in Australia.

 Destinations

Its destinations include Brisbane, Darwin International Airport, and Nowra.

Hubs  

Its major hub in situated in Sydney Australia.

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