Jetstar says it will fly nonstop between Melbourne and the idyllic West Australian region of Margaret River three times a week from March 25 2020.
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Jetstar group chief executive Gareth Evans says the Qantas-owned low-cost carrier (LCC) lost about $20 million on its regional New Zealand turboprop services in the past year, leaving the airline group little option but to call time on the four-year operation.
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The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has released its final report into a 2017 incident when a Jetstar Airbus A320 was returned to service with one engine’s thrust reverser deactivated because a pin was not removed during overnight maintenance.
Jetstar says it plans to end regional turboprop services in New Zealand at the end of November due to ongoing losses and weak market conditions.