The pandemic situation made the countries to close their borders and airlines to stop flying. However, some airlines continue serving those people who have essential travel needs.
The airlines like Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar, and REX are the only Australian flag carries that are still operating domestic flights but on a limited network. Limited services will continue until mid-June 2020, before the Australian government will decide when to revive regular flights. So, if you require any domestic flight throughout Australia, discover the schedules below.
The leading Australian flag carrier is operating 164 flights per week between capital cities and 36 regional destinations. The daily flights are available for major Australian cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, and Brisbane. What about limited flights, you can check all of them below on the map.
Like Qantas, Virgin Australia is also operating daily flights for Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, and Brisbane. All the other flights are operating on a reduced schedule that you can see below:
Australian low-cost airline is operating 88 weekly flights mainly in capital cities like Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart, Adelaide, and Brisbane. Other routes and regional flights are operating on a limited schedule:
Regional Express is operating 2-3 return flights per week to most destinations currently. You can see the full schedule of flights between regional towns and cities below:
Consider, that this information could be updated at any time, so you need to check the information again until you will book a flight.