New LCC Bonza airlines aiming to start flying in Australia by mid 2022
I have never heard of this saying. I had to look this up:As in, 'Bonzer, mate'.
Now now now, if you call farmers, it won't end wellOk I'll say it. Bogan airlines!
This morning, the host Robbie Buck on ABC radio Sydney said that it would be flying to places like Tamworth, then he went "Tamworth?!"2 PE-run Airlines (Virgin and REX) are enough, but do we need a 3rd PE owned and operated airline in Australia? That would be 2 LCCs, or 3 if you count VA as a LCC (I mean 'Value Orientated'™Bain) Carrier
* Will seek regulatory approval for launch
* Plans to start with two to three 737 MAX planes
* Backed by U.S. private investment firm 777 Partners
By Jamie Freed
SYDNEY, Oct 12 (Reuters) - New Australian budget airline Bonza plans to start domestic flights with two to three Boeing Co 737 MAX planes from the second quarter of next year, pending regulatory approvals, its chief executive told Reuters.
The airline will be based in northern New South Wales or southern Queensland and focus on leisure-driven routes not served by rivals or are underserved, said Tim Jordan, Bonza's founder and CEO.
You cannot get any decent revenue out of Leisure routes in this country to pay for MAX 8’s buzzing around.