What Airlines Fly Between Melbourne and Gold Coast?
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Jetstar Airways, also known as Jetstar is an Australian low-cost airline, based in Melbourne, Australia. It's headquarters is based in Collingwood, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Jetstar flies to over 30 destinations across Australia, New Zealand, United States, Thailand, Japan, Vietnam and more.
Virgin Australia, or formerly known as Virgin Blue Airlines, is an Australian airline based at Sydney Airport. It's headquarters is based in South Bank, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Virgin Australia travels to ver 30 destinations across Australia, The US, New Zealand and more.
Rex Regional Express also known as Rex is a domestic Australian airline which is based in Mascot, New South Wales. REX is Australia's largest regional airline outside from the Qantas group. REX Regional Express flies domestically to over 30 destinations around Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Gold Coast and Adelaide.
Qantas is the flag carrier of Australia and is Australia's largest airline with its hub airport located at Sydney Airport. Qantas flies to over 80 different destinations across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and the Middle East.
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Departure Airport Information
Melbourne Airport (MEL) also known as Tullamarine Airport serves the city of Melbourne. It's the second busiest airport in Australia - in 2017, Melbourne Airport exceeded over 10 million passengers. This airport is a hub for Jetstar, Virgin Australia, Qantas and and REX airlines.
Arrival Airport Information
Gold Coast Airport (OOL) also formerly known as Coolangatta Airport is an international Australian airport located in Bilinga, Queensland, Tweed Heads West, New South Wales. This airport is a hub for Jetstar and Virgin Australia. The Gold Coast Airport serves around 6 million passengers annually.