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|Top route||Newcastle Williamtown to Canberra|
Good Coffs Brisbane service
Pros: modern twin turbo prop plane aprox 60 seater single seat one side of aisle two seats the other side. Fairly tight fit but fine for 1 hour flight Seating Tip - select a seat on the double side - the flight is usually half full and you will get 2 seats to yourself
Great Service from Coffs to Brisbane & return
Pros: fairly comfortable plane, good service, service, on time will fly again
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Fly Corporate is an Australian airline that has all of its headquarters and hubs within the country. Because of this, the company only offers domestic trips, with its flight paths consisting of over 10 different cities that are located in each of the country’s different states.
In order to keep tickets as affordable as possible, this company only offers one travel class for passengers to select: Economy. When you are sitting in Economy, you will be served complimentary drinks and snacks throughout the flight, while also being able to benefit from the option of checking one bag for free, bringing a carry-on item, and having a comfortable seat that provides an ample amount of legroom for you to spread out.
This airline was created in 2016 by Corporate Air, a company that dates back to the 70s and primarily offers chartered flights throughout Australia. Additionally, Fly Corporate has a partnership with Hahn Air Systems, a budget-friendly German airline that works with the company in order to help them sell tickets for their flights through travel agents.
Fly Corporate maintains a fleet of 8 planes, all of which are either Saab or Fairchild. The most commonly used aircraft is the Saab 340B Plus, a plane that fits up to 34 passengers and has a seat arrangement that consists of two individuals per aisle. For shorter flights, the company will oftentimes opt to use the Fairchild Metro 23 instead, as it is a smaller choice that fits up to 19 people and consists of just one seat per aisle.