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Brindabella suspends Sydney-Orange

written by | December 4, 2013
A file image of a Brindabella Airlines Metro. (Paul Sadler)
A file image of a Brindabella Airlines Metro. (Paul Sadler)

Brindabella Airlines has suspended services between Sydney and Orange “until further notice”.

“Brindabella Airlines view the restoration of reliability and integrity to its scheduled services as a priority, and will review the Sydney to Orange services once this has been achieved,” the airline said on its website.

Brindabella said it would offer passengers holding bookings on the service for flights after December 2 a full refund.


The Canberra-based regional airline has been plagued with reliability issues in recent times, exacerbated by the grounding of its four Jetstream 41 aircraft after falling behind in maintenance checks.

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