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REX (Regional Express) has won a number of awards, including Regional Airline of the Year 2010. It has a reputation for its excellent customer services, punctuality, and flight completion. This airline is committed to providing affordable travel to all its passengers. To meet demands of local communities, new routes are added where possible and marginal routes are nurtured.
There is a wide choice of REX tickets to pick from, and these are designed to suit different passenger needs. All adult passengers have a carry on allowance of one bag weighing up to 7kg, and a checked baggage allowance of either 15kg or 23kg – depending on fare type. Infants that are not occupying their own seat have a checked baggage allowance of up to 10kg. After purchasing your REX tickets, you can check-in at the airport or online between 48 hours and 60 minutes before scheduled flight departure. Comfortable lounges are available at airports, where members can relax and unwind. Passengers on REX flights have the option to tailor their booking to suit their needs. This includes:
Frequently asked questions about REX
REX, also known as Regional Express, was founded in 2002, Australia. Its headquarters are in Mascot, New South Wales. REX (Regional Express) is a regional airline that operates routes to more than 50 destinations across Western Australia, Tasmania, North Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia, and Victoria. It has a fleet size of over 50, which is comprised entirely of Saab 340 aircraft. These can carry up to 36 passengers. The airline brand colors are blue and orange, and the slogan is our heart is in the country.