QantasLink to start Melbourne-Sunshine Coast flights

QantasLink to start Melbourne-Sunshine Coast flights

QantasLink will commence seasonal direct flights between Melbourne and the Sunshine Coast over the coming peak summer holiday period, following the success of the direct Sydney services launched last year.
 
Four return flights will operate each week between Melbourne and the Sunshine Coast from 16 December 2016 to 21 January 2017 on the two class Boeing 717 aircraft.
 
Noosa is an easy 25-minute airport transfer or car hire drive from Sunshine Coast Airport.

In addition to QantasLink’s current schedule of six return flights from Sydney, providing 1320 seats to and from the region every week, the airline will further increase flights with an additional Sydney return service on Saturday and Sunday from 30 October.
 
The seasonal Melbourne-Sunshine Coast services will operate on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday each week.  Tickets go on sale on 2 August 2016.

Book flights at qantas.com.au and book your Noosa holiday here. The Noosa Visitor Information Centre can help you book an airport transfer or hire car for your Noosa holiday - or call the centre on 1 3000 NOOSA (within Australia) or +61 7 5430 5000 (outside Australia), or email info@visitnoosa.com.au

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