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Regional Express Pty. Ltd., trading as Rex Airlines (and as Regional Express Airlines on regional routes), is an Australian airline

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Regional Express Pty. Ltd., trading as Rex Airlines (and as Regional Express Airlines on regional routes), is an Australian airline based in Mascot, New South Wales. It operates scheduled regional and domestic services. It is Australia's largest regional airline outside the Qantas group of companies and serves all 6 states across Australia. It is the primary subsidiary of Regional Express Holdings.

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The airline was established in 2002 when the Australiawide Airlines consortium (set up by former Ansett Australia employees) acquired Hazelton Airlines and Kendell Airlines, before merging the companies and starting operations as Rex in August 2002.[2] In 2005, Australiawide Airlines was renamed Regional Express Holdings and partially floated on the Australian Securities Exchange.[3] On 30 November 2005, Rex announced the acquisition of the Dubbo-based Air Link, another regional airline

Created in 2002

Founded 2002
Commenced operations August 2002
Operating bases
Fleet size 64
Destinations 62

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Aircraft current In service
Rex Airlines fleet Aircraft In service or orders
Boeing 737-800 7  
Saab 340A 1 
Saab 340B 29 
Saab 340B+WT 27  

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Former Fleet Aircraft  
Former fleet Rex Airlines has previously operated the following aircraft: Fairchild Metro 23 - 7 inherited from Kendell Airlines, retired 2006. Fleet development Rex operates the world's largest fleet of Saab 340 aircraft. The delivery of 25 ex-American Eagle Airlines Saab 340B Plus aircraft started in mid-2007 and enabled the expansion of services and the phase-out of the airline's Saab 340As, and some older B models. The 340B Plus has a quieter and more comfortable interior. In July 2008 the company announced that all of its 340As would be phased out; however one rejoined the fleet in July 2015 after a 7-year stint with Rex's subsidiary airline Pel-Air and remains in service as of January 2020. The airline also previously operated some Fairchild Metro 23 aircraft seating 19 passengers, but the aircraft were later phased out.

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British European Airways Corporation, was a British airline from 1946 until 1974.

Saab 340

 The Vickers VC10 is a mid-sized, narrow-body long-range British jet airliner.

Boeing 737-800

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Fairchlid Metro

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Vickers VC.1 Viking

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Douglas DC-3 

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Airfrance (SA) 

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Airbus

A318/319/320 Series

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Airbus

A320/A321 NEO

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Airbus

A350 Zorro

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Airbus

A380 The whale

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Boeing

737 Narrow-body

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777 Triple Seven

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Boeing

787 Dreamliner