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New 'Bonza' LCC launches middle 2022 with B737 MAX

Old 6th Dec 2022, 06:15
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Except that aviation in Australia is not 'thorough' it is 'particular'.
That's probably the best description I have heard of operating in this country. You could orchestrate a dangerous operating procedure but as long as the paperwork all lined up its acceptable.
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Old 7th Dec 2022, 05:14
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Think the 73 was out on a quick squirt up to PN and back
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Old 7th Dec 2022, 06:45
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Any NAA has every right to expect any start-up operator entering the aviation system to submit an AOC application which complies 100 % with the Act / Rules / Regulations and be properly resourced, both financially and having experienced and competent senior persons to ensure all the mandatory regulations are met.
While the flip side of that expectation is the users of said NAA's services and those under their oversight have a right and expectation that the rules, acts and regulations they are required to operate under are easy to understand, accessible and relevant.

I leave it to you to determine whether we have that in Australia, or something....else....
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Old 10th Dec 2022, 04:47
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Shazza's had a run down to "The Cattery" Avalon airport today (Saturday). See socials for the stats.

Happy landings
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Old 10th Dec 2022, 07:18
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Looks like the 3rd and 4th Aircraft are on the way home as we speak. Wont be long and the fleet will be bigger vs RexJet soon and they have not even started ops yet!
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Old 10th Dec 2022, 12:53
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Looks like the 3rd and 4th Aircraft are on the way home as we speak. Wont be long and the fleet will be bigger vs RexJet soon and they have not even started ops yet!
4th aircraft still showing returned to the lessor
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Old 10th Dec 2022, 18:16
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Looks like the 3rd and 4th Aircraft are on the way home as we speak. Wont be long and the fleet will be bigger vs RexJet soon and they have not even started ops yet!
UJZ looks to be stored at Phoenix
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Old 12th Dec 2022, 02:19
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With UJK now at MCY there are 3 parked up
Must be getting close to starting up services
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Old 12th Dec 2022, 05:21
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Word is proving flight in the next 72 hours.
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Old 12th Dec 2022, 16:13
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https://www.bordermail.com.au/story/8016829/bonzas-unexpected-flight-to-albury-from-sunshine-coast-draws-curious-crowd/


https://michaelwest.com.au/airfares-outstrip-costs-accc-report-lets-qantas-off-the-competition-hook/

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Old 13th Dec 2022, 03:52
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Both links appear to the lead to the bordermail site
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Old 13th Dec 2022, 07:30
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Good Luck boys and girls
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Old 15th Dec 2022, 01:47
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Word is proving flight in the next 72 hours.
Guessing this didn't go well?
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Old 15th Dec 2022, 02:57
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They did Gladstone & Bundaberg in the last couple of days.
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Old 6th Jan 2023, 00:59
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Reports proving flight next week. CASA coming back from Holidays early it seems.
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Old 6th Jan 2023, 05:46
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CASA have been back since Tuesday 3 January.
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Old 6th Jan 2023, 10:52
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Originally Posted by Deano969 View Post
With UJK now at MCY there are 3 parked up
Must be getting close to starting up services
When did 'parked' start requiring 'up' on the end of it? This seems to be a recent phenomenon, for decades I've heard people saying their car is parked, the aeroplane is parked, but now it's parked 'up'.

Is this the same trend that has lots of people adding 'back' after return, i.e. 'return back' (which is grating I must admit).
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Old 6th Jan 2023, 11:26
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Originally Posted by AerialPerspective View Post
When did 'parked' start requiring 'up' on the end of it? This seems to be a recent phenomenon, for decades I've heard people saying their car is parked, the aeroplane is parked, but now it's parked 'up'.

Is this the same trend that has lots of people adding 'back' after return, i.e. 'return back' (which is grating I must admit).
It's almost as if living languages change over time. Doth thou not agree?
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Old 6th Jan 2023, 13:40
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It's almost as if living languages change over time. Doth thou not agree?
​​​​​​​Likely the case, Wiz.
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Originally Posted by AerialPerspective View Post
When did 'parked' start requiring 'up' on the end of it? This seems to be a recent phenomenon, for decades I've heard people saying their car is parked, the aeroplane is parked, but now it's parked 'up'.

Is this the same trend that has lots of people adding 'back' after return, i.e. 'return back' (which is grating I must admit).
change it “up”

swap it “out”

my favorite….anyways!
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