Mysterious new Aussie airline

Qantas and Virgin may not be the only Aussie airlines in the sky next year, should rumours of a mysterious new start-up airline prove true.

According to Travel Weekly, at least two job advertisements have been listed by specialist aviation services and consulting firm Complete Aviation Solutions (CAS) on Seek for a chief pilot and a head of airworthiness and maintenance control.

The ads said the two roles would with a Brisbane-based “new start-up airline in Australia”, using Boeing 757/767 aircraft on international routes with a planned launch date of early 2021.

“We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic and would like to become part of a team to create a new Australian airline,” stated the ad.

Travel Weekly contacted CAS to learn more but has not received a response.

Qantas and Rex have also not received a response from CAS either. Travel Weekly understands Virgin Australia is not involved in the new carrier.

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