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Sky Regional provides regional carrier service for Air Canada Express operating scheduled flights between Toronto City Airport and Montreal's Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. The service operates up to 30 flights per day.
Merpati is an Indonesian airline operating scheduled services to more than 25 destinations in Indonesia, as well as scheduled international services to East Timor and Malaysia. Merpati is based in Jakarta.
WestJet Encore is a Canadian regional airline based at Calgary International Airport and is a wholly owned subsidiary of WestJet. The airline is scheduled to begin operations in 2013 using a fleet of up to 45 Bombardier Dash 8 Q400s.
Southeast Asian Airlines (SEAIR) is a low-cost carrier based in the Philippines. Established in 1995, the airline pioneered commercial flights to the country's fastest growing tourist destinations including Boracay. SEAIR, in cooperation with Tiger Airways Holdings, entered into a Partner Airline Program which currently operates a fleet of 5 new Airbus aircraft and flies to 13 destinations in 5 countries.
Sriwijaya Air operates from its hub at Soekarno Hatta International Airport, Indonesia to more than 40 destinations including popular international tourism spots Singapore and Penang. It operates a growing fleet of Boeing 737 series aircraft, providing passenger and freight services.
Mandala Airlines is based in Jakarta, Indonesia and operates a fleet of A320 Airbuses to scheduled domestic and international destinations including Singapore, Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur. Mandala Airlines is part of the Singapore based Tiger Airways group which establishes airlines in markets where they believe their low-fare, low-cost business model has exceptional potential for sustainable profitability.
Skytrans, a Queensland owned company with 20 years operating history has a fleet of Dash-8 aircraft and flies to 23 ports around Queensland on scheduled services. Skytrans also offers extensive charter services throughout Australia and the South West Pacific from their bases in Cairns, Darwin, Brisbane and Perth.
Malaysia-based AirAsia is a pioneer of low-fare and no-frills aviation. As the world's most franchised airline operation, it operates from its main hub in Kulala Lumpur and franchisee hubs in Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam and Japan. The group operates scheduled domestic hub-spoke and international long haul flights to over 400 destinations in 25 countries. It operates over 100 aircraft and has orders with Airbus to grow its fleet to over 200. AirAsia won the Skytrax World's best low-cost award in 2009, 2010 and 2011.
Established in 2007, AirAsia X focuses on the low-cost, long-haul segment to provide high-frequency and point-to-point networks throughout Australia and Greater Asia. AirAsia X’s cost efficiencies are derived from maintaining a simple aircraft fleet and a route network based on low-cost airports, without complex code-sharing and other legacy overheads. These savings are passed on to guests who enjoy low fares.
Regional Express (Rex), Australia's largest independent regional airline operates a fleet of more than 40 Saab 340 aircraft on some 1,300 weekly flights to 35 destinations throughout New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and Queensland.
Now in its forty-sixth year, Skywest Airlines operates a comprehensive regional network in Western Australia. Services are also provided to Bali and Darwin. The airline carries 400,000 passengers annually across Western Australia and operates a fleet of 15 high capacity airliners.