Rex Airlines and Delta Air Lines have today launched an interline service agreement that will create a streamlined travel experience for passengers flying between Australia and mainland America. Under this new agreement, the services will enable: Delta Passengers travelling from the U.S., Canada and Mexico to access an expanded network of Rex Airlines’ domestic connections to capital cities and across Rex’s regional network to 58 destinations throughout all states in Australia, including but not limited to Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, the Gold Coast, Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie; Rex Passengers travelling to the U.S. easy access to 40 cities; Passengers are able to book all flights, including connecting flights, under the one booking, with a single baggage drop where permitted. Rex Deputy Chairman, Hon John Sharp AM said, “We are proud to enhance our services to our ever increasing loyal customers by offering seamless connections from our regional and domestic ports to a quality international carrier such as Delta Air Lines”. “This interline arrangement will make it easier for Australians to visit the U.S. allowing customers to connect onto Delta Air Lines’ U.S. network and for Americans to explore more of Australia with over 58 destinations. We are thrilled to be working with a world-class airline,” he said. Delta’s Head of Sales – Australia and New Zealand, Nicole Bennett said: “We are excited to be expanding the domestic Australian relationship with Rex Airlines to enable our customers to connect seamlessly to our daily Sydney - Los Angeles flight. This service will increase to 10 flights per week from 18 December flying our flagship A350.” Los Angeles serves as one of Delta’s most important coastal hubs, where the airline today operates 140 daily flights to 53 destinations across the globe. To begin with, flights to destinations are on sale from today via your trusted Travel Agent and Online Travel Agency websites.
Above: John Sharp from Rex and Nicole Bennett from Delta Air Lines