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Vincent Aviation cleared for Narrabri takeoff

written by | February 20, 2014
Vincent Aviation will start services between Sydney and Narrabri on Feb 21.
Vincent Aviation will start services between Sydney and Narrabri on Feb 21. (Dave Parer)

Regional airline Vincent Aviation has received an interim licence from Transport NSW to commence services between Sydney and Narrabri.

The inaugural service BF001 will be conducted on February 21, departing Sydney at 6.45am and arriving in Narrabri at 8.05, while the return flight BF002 will depart Narrabri at 8.45am.

“Despite delays in getting off the ground, it’s rewarding to have the local community stand by our mission through the approval process,” airline CEO Murray Collings said in a statement. “Now with full support from CASA and the interim license from Transport NSW we can focus on what we set out to do; to deliver a reliable and affordable flight service between Narrabri and Sydney which is uncompromising on safety (and) outstanding in service.”


Narrabri has been without regular passenger services since Brindabella Airlines folded in mid-December.

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