Australia's competition watchdog says the Qantas investment in Alliance Airlines is likely to lessen competition in the charter and fly-in/fly-out market.
Charter and fly-in/fly-out operator Cobham Aviation Services has added a 98-seat Embraer E190 to its fleet for fly-in/fly-out flights in Western Australia.
This story first appeared in the December 2018 edition of Australian Aviation magazine. The outlook is looking more positive for Cobham Aviation Services Australia, now an autonomous division within the large British defence and aerospace group, Cobham Plc, thanks to what it regards as “green shoots” in its valuable resources industry operations. It is also
Alliance Aviation Services has reported 40 per cent lift in 2018/19 first half profit and expects a strong second half amid ongoing improvement in the resources sector.