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Network Aviation is a Western Australian based airline owned by the Qantas Group. The airline started providing charter services since its establishment in 1998. The airline was previously owned by Skippers Aviation operating small aircraft like Cessnas and Beechcraft. Skippers Aviation owned the airline until they reached an agreement with Qantas in 2011, agreeing to sell the airline to the Australian carrier.

Since 2011, Network Aviation has been aligned with Qantas' operations and rapidly expanding its fleet to cope with the demand. In 2016, the airline joined oneworld as an affiliate member.

Baggage Policy

Network Aviation has different carry-on and checked baggage policies.

Carry-on Baggage

As the airline is operating on behalf of QantasLink, the baggage allowance would be the same as QantasLink.

Passengers can either have an allowance of one carry-on baggage no heavier than 10kg and measuring 56cm x 36cm x 23cm or two pieces with a combined weight of 14kg and no larger than 48cm x 34cm x 23cm.

No individual item can weigh more than 10kg.

Checked Baggage

Passengers can check-in one baggage that is no larger than 10kg. Any passenger wishes to have excess baggage, please book that in advance. Contact our customer service team if unsure.

Any extra baggage that the flight cannot accommodate may be held by the airline and carried in the next available flight.


Network Aviation doesn't offer online check-in. Passengers must check in at the airport.

Online Check-in

Online check-in is not currently available for the airline.

Qantas / QantasLink passengers please check in via the Qantas website.

Airport Check-in

Airport check-in counters close 30 minutes before departure time.

Travellers should arrive at the designated check-in area for the airline before the check-in deadline. Any passenger who failed to meet the check-in requirement might be denied boarding. Valid photo identification is also required to check-in.

Food & Drink

Snacks and drinks are included on all Network Aviation flights, these include tea, coffee, juice, water and biscuits.

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Destinations that Network Aviation flies to

The airline flies to the following destinations from Perth Airport. There are other charter destinations operated by the airline too, but those destinations are dependent on the client's requests.

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Perth International Airport

Perth International Airport (PER) is located in Perth, Australia. The airport serves over 30 international and domestic airlines, flying to many domestic and international destinations in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia. These destinations include London, Dubai, Singapore, Tokyo, Johannesburg, Auckland and more.

Other Australian carriers that fly to Perth Airport include AirnorthAlliance AirlinesQantasREX Regional Express, Virgin Australia Regional Airlines and Virgin Australia. Passengers who wish to travel internationally can travel on AirAsiaAir New ZealandANACathay PacificEmiratesSingapore AirlinesGaruda IndonesiaPhilippine Airlines and more from Perth.


Network Aviation is operating a fleet of Airbus A320-200s and Fokker 100s. It has the largest Fokker 100 fleet at Perth Airport, flying to Western Australia and beyond.

These two aircraft types are both short-medium haul aircraft, which accommodates the regional services that the airline serves.