Rex signed several agreements with leading travel agency groups Flight Centre, Helloworld, Webjet, Consolidated Travel and Corporate Travel Management this month, including a historic 10-year agreement as a preferred partner of Flight Centre.

Agency contracts will come into effect from the start of the new fiscal year in July 2022 and are expected to more than double Rexannualized domestic jet revenues for fiscal year 2023 compared to current annualized domestic jet revenues with no increase in fleet size.

Revenue from the airline’s regional network is also expected to improve despite Rex recently dropped five regional routes in New South Wales and South Australia.

Rex Ann Elliott, Chief Sales Officer, said: “As we continue to grow our network, our travel agency community is critical to this success and we look forward to working closely with them.

“These new partnerships are a testament to our growing reputation as a safe, reliable and affordable full-service airline with growing passenger support.”

Rex is Australia’s largest independent regional and national airline, operating a fleet of 60 Saab 340 and 6 Boeing 737-800NG aircraft to 62 destinations across all states.

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