Fly Corporate rebranded as Link Airways in 2020. Please click on the logo below or use our search form to search for flights.
Fly Corporate was the previous name for Link Airways, an Australian regional airline operating in Brisbane to Queensland New South Wales regions. The airline is headquartered in Fyshwick, Australian Capital Territory and has bases in Brisbane, Goulburn, Sydney and Canberra.
Founded in 2016, the airline prides itself in owning and operating a state-of-the-art aircraft heavy maintenance facility at Goulburn Airport in New South Wales.
The airline is owned by Corporate Air, which was established in 1972. It holds the Air Operator Certificate (Domestic and International) issued by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority Regulations.
Fly Corporate focussed and — as Link Airways — still focuses on safety, reliability and aim to care for each customer with personalised service. Fly Corporate was recognised for delivering safe, high quality and sustainable services and is in line with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority regulations as well as an ‘Airline’ Air Operator’s certificate (International and Domestic).
In August 2020, the airline rebranded from Fly Corporate to Link Airways, which is what it flies as today. As Link Airways, the airline still operates the same routes and professional service.
Overall, the airline has a fleet of 8 turboprop aircraft ranging all from Saab and Fairchild that can in total carry 232 passengers at one time.
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When it rebranded in 2020, the Fly Corporate airline flew to 12 domestic Australian destinations including Coffs Harbour, Armidale, Brisbane, Tamworth, Narrabri, Wollongong, Inverell and more. All these destinations are on the East coast of Australia.
|COUNTRY||Province||AIRPORT NAME||IATA CODE|
|Australia||Australian Capital Territory||Canberra Airport||CBR|
|New South Wales||Armidale Airport||ARM|
|New South Wales||Coffs Harbour Airport||CFS|
|New South Wales||Dubbo City Regional Airport||DBO|
|New South Wales||Inverell Airport||IVR|
|New South Wales||Narrabri Airport||NAA|
|New South Wales||Orange Airport||OAG|
|New South Wales||Sydney Airport||SYD|
|New South Wales||Tamworth Airport||TMW|
|New South Wales||Newcastle Airport||NTL|
|New South Wales||Shellharbour Airport||WOL|
|Queensland||Brisbane International Airport||BNE|
|Victoria||Melbourne Essendon Airport||MEB|
Fly Corporate allowed passengers a free carry-on baggage allowance of 7kg for both Adults and Children. Adults with infants are entitled to have one carry-on stroller, bassinet or car seat as long as it does not exceed 7 kg per infant. Carry-on baggage must not have exceeded the dimensions of 48 x 34 x 23 cm.
Fly Corporate allowed passengers a free checked baggage allowance of 15kg for both Adults and Children.
Any passenger who has a connecting international flight/ cruise would receive a baggage allowance of 30kg. The airline would ask for evidence upon check-in, so please prepare your travel documents at the check-in desk.
The airline only offered Economy Class eating.
The journey was short but please be aware that there are no toilet facilities on-board the Metro 23 aircraft. Only Saab 340B Plus has toilet facilities.
Whether flying on the Saab 340 Plus or the Metro 23 aircraft, both Fly Corporate planes gave passengers an exceptional in-flight experience. With comfortable seating and easy-to-access overhead bins, the airline combined convenience and comfort.
Seats were arranged in a 2-1 layout on the Saab 340B Plus aircraft, or in a 1-1 layout on the Metro 23 plane.
There was no inflight entertainment offered onboard.
Passengers could check-in online for their flight with Fly Corporate. Web Check-in opened 24 hours prior departure and you would have 15 minutes to complete your check-in. However, passengers who needed special assistance could only check-in at the airport. Online check-in closed 30 minutes before departure.
Check-in at the airport opened one hour before departure and closed half an hour before departure time. Passengers were advised to arrive at the airport early to allow enough time to check-in and security.
Fly Corporate didn't offer a frequent flyer programme.
Fly Corporate didn't belong to any airline alliance.
At the time that it rebranded, Fly Corporate operated a fleet of Saab 340B Plus and Metro 23 aircraft. These twin-turboprop aircraft were suitable for regional operations that the airline offered.
The airport operated daily and 24 hours per day. The Skytrax Best Airport in Australia has two terminals and services 34 airlines and 85 domestic and international destinations. 51 destinations are served in the domestic terminal whereas the international terminal accommodates 34 destinations.
In 2019, there were 23.8 million passengers accommodate and 6.2 million of which are international passengers. New Zealand, China, USA, UK and Taiwan are the top international markets for the airport. These include carriers like Jetstar Airways, Eastern Australia Airlines, Tigerair, Qantas Airways and Virgin Australia.