Australian Airline Companies [ Australian Airlines List ] Airlines in Australia

List of airlines of Australian, Airlines in Australia.

Virgin Australia, Jetstar, Qantas, Regional Express Australian, Link Airways, QantasLink, Virgin Australia Regional Airlines, Airnorth, Alliance Airlines, Skippers Airlines, Sharp Airlines and Bonza.


Virgin Australia

Virgin Australia, formerly Virgin Blue, is Australia's second-largest commercial airline after Qantas. Virgin Australia Airlines operates scheduled domestic and international flights. Virgin Australia Airlines uses Boeing 737 series aircraft for flight operations.

Australian Airline Company, Virgin Australia's Airplane Australian Airline Company, Virgin Australia's Logo

Virgin Australia Regional Airlines

Virgin Australia Regional Airlines is a sister company of Virgin Australia. Virgin Australia Regional operated scheduled domestic and regional flights. Virgin Australia Regional Airlines generally use Fokker-100 aircraft for flight operations.


Virgin Australia Regional Airlines's Airplane Fokker-100


Jetstar Airways is an Australian low-cost airline in Melbourne, Australia. Jetstar Airways is a wholly owned subsidiary of Qantas, The airline operates an extensive domestic network as well as regional and international services from its main base at Melbourne Airport.

Australian Airline Company, Jetstar's Airplane

Jetstar's Airplane Airbus A320

Australian Airline Company, Jetstar's Logo


Qantas is the flag carrier commercial airline of Australia and its largest airline by fleet size, international flights and international destinations. Qantas is the third oldest airline in the world, after KLM and Avianca. Qantas flies to many domestic and international destinations in many countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania. Australian largest air passenger carrier Qantas uses Boeing and Airbus aircraft for flight operations.

Australian Airline Company, Qantas's Airplane, Airbus A380

Qantas's Airplane Airbus A380

Australian Airline Company, Qantas's Logo


QantasLink is a subsidiary of Qantas. QantasLink operates regional flights in Australia on behalf of Qantas. QantasLink flights are operated by the individual airline Eastern Australia Airlines, Network Aviation and Sunstate Airlines. These air passenger carriers operate flights on behalf of QuantasLink.

Australian Airline Company, QantasLink's Airplane, Boeing 717-200

QantasLink's Airplane, Boeing 717-200

Australian Airline Company, QantasLink's Logo

Regional Express Airlines

Regional Express, Rex is an Australian airline company based in New South Wales. Rex operates scheduled regional services. Regional Express is Australia's second largest regional airline company. Rex Airlines organizes scheduled regional flights to many destinations with more than 60 aircraft in its fleet. Rex Airlines uses Boeing 737-800 and Saab 340 aircraft for flight operations.

Australian Airline Company, Regional Express's Airplane, SAAB-340

Regional Express SAAB-340

Australian Airline Company, Regional Express's Logo

Link Airways

Link Airways Australia, is an Australian regional air-carrier. Link Airways use Saab 340B Plus and Fairchild Metro 23 turboprop aircraft for flight operation. Based in Brisbane, the company operates regional scheduled air service.

Australian Airline Company, Link Airways's Airplane Saab 340B

Australian Airline Company, Link Airways Logo


Airnorth is a regional airline in Australia. Airnorth operates scheduled air service over Australia. Airnorth uses Brazilian Embraer aircraft for flight operations.


Airnorth's Airplane Embraer E-170

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Alliance Airlines

Alliance Airlines is an experienced airline company in domestic flights to the mining regions of Australia. Alliance Airlines is a regional airline in Australia. Alliance Airlines operates regular passenger transport. Alliance Airlines uses Fokker 50, Fokker 70, Fokker 100 and Embraer 190 aircraft for flight operations.

Australian Airline Company, Fokker-70-Alliance-airlines

Alliance Airlines Airplane Fokker 70

Australian Airline Company, Alliance Airlines Logo

Fly Bonza

Bonza, is an Australian low-cost airline company. Bonza is a new airline, started operations in 2023. Bonza fleet consists of Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. Bonza operates air service in Australia.

Boeing 737 MAX 8 - Bonza Airlines

Bonza Airlines's Airplane Boeing 737 MAX 8

Australian Airline Company, Bonza's Logo

Skippers Airlines

Skippers Airlines is a small regional air service company in Australia. Skippers is an airline that specializing in flights to mining areas in Western Australia.
Skppers Airlines operates a fleet of Fokker 100 Jet, Bombardier The Dash 8, EMB 120, Fairchild METRO 23 and The Cessna Conquest models aircraft.

Fairchild Swearingen Metroliner-Skippers Airlines

Skippers Airlines's Airplane Fairchild Swearingen Metroliner

Australian Airline Company, Skippers's Logo

Sharp Airlines

Sharp Airlines is a regional airline founded in Australia. Sharp operates scheduled airline services in the Southern Australia.
Sharp Airlines operates a fleet of Fairchild Swearingen Metroliner aircraft.

Fairchild Swearingen Metroliner-Sharp Airlines

Sharp Airlines's Airplane Fairchild Swearingen Metroliner

Australian Airline Company, Sharp's Logo

JETGO Airlines

>defunct - Airlines in Australia

JETGO Australia was an Australian regional air-carrier. JETGO fleet consisted of the Embraer ERJ aircraft. JETGO Australia ceased all operations in July 2018.

Australian Airline Company, JETGO's Airplane
Australian Airline Company, JETGO's Logo

Tigerair Australia

>defunct - Airlines in Australia

Tigerair Australia, was an Australian low-cost commercial airline. Tigerair started air services in the Australian domestic airline market in 2007. Virgin Australia took full ownership of Tigerair Australia, taking over from Tigerair Singapore. Tigerair Australia ceased all operations as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020.

Australian Airline Company, Tigerair Australia's Airplane
Australian Airline Company, Tigerair Australia's Logo