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Bonja operates five flights in regional Australia
New Australian airline Bonja has announced it will cut five routes and reduce flights due to lack of demand.
From August 1, the budget carrier’s network will be cut from 27 routes to 22 routes.
Flights from its Sunshine Coast base to Coffs Harbour, Port Macquarie and Tamworth will be discontinued.
The airline, which launched in January, will stop flights between Cairns and Mackay, and Toowoomba and the Whitsunday Coast, as well as reduce flight frequency on other routes.
The collapse of five routes serving regional Australia resulted in not enough passengers traveling to and from those destinations.