8 June 2016 Flying High with Fly Corporate

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The quality of Fly Corporate’s new service between Coffs Harbour and Brisbane was the icing on the cake for the lucky winners of a 2CS FM and Regional Airport competition to mark the start of the new flights.

Coffs Harbour locals Donna and Steve Wilson won the major prize - return weekend flights from Coffs to Brisbane on Fly Corporate, two tickets to the ‘Good Times Tour’ featuring Daryl Braithwaite, Kate Ceberano, Jon Stevens and John Paul Young, plus two nights’ accommodation at the Sofitel Brisbane.

“Fly Corporate staff are extremely professional and friendly,” said Donna, who also appreciated the complementary snacks, drinks and newspapers.

“In both Coffs and Brisbane Airports, Fly Corporate has its own dedicated check-in counter, so you don’t have to line up with everyone else.

“Only one hour on the flight sure beats travelling for five and a half hours by car.”

Fly Corporate operates 12 flights a week between Coffs Harbour and Brisbane. Daily flights leave Coffs at 7.15am and return at 5.30pm

“Importantly, the company’s flight timetable is ideal for business travel because it allows passengers to get to and from Brisbane in one day, while also having plenty of time to conduct their business,” said Airport Manager Dennis Martin.

“It’s also opens up an easy link to Brisbane for Coffs Harbour locals, as well as to potential visitors from throughout southern Queensland and much further afield.

“It’s convenient, comfortable and very affordable so we’re hoping to see the flights grow rapidly in popularity.”

Fares start from just $139 one way. To book visit www.flycorporate.com.au​