Inverell's airline link to Sydney and Brisbane Fly Corporate has re-branded as Link Airways.
The established Australian air service will continue to offer travel locally, just under a new name.
Chief executive Andrew Major encouraged Inverell's community to support the move forward under a new identity.
"We are hugely excited by this milestone in our company's 48th year and remain committed to connecting local communities across eastern Australia. We will continue to offer travel that is simple and convenient with that personal touch that has been so well received by our customers.
"Whatever their reason for flying we want our passengers to feel valued and as such, providing a great customer experience and essential connectivity to communities is at the core of what we do," he said.
Gradually, the airline will commence official name changes from Fly Corporate to Link Airways.
What changes will you see? A gradual name change from Fly Corporate to Link Airways.
Under the Federal Government's Regional Airline Network Support (RANS) program Link Airways continues to provide a minimum weekly schedule to all communities it serviced prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.
"We are pleased that regional Australia can retain these vital flights. This program provides critical connectivity for essential travelers/freight and we look forward to further increasing the frequency of flights in due course.
"This will however be governed by the extent of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and associated State border restrictions. Meanwhile the airline has established extensive protocols to help ensure the safety of our customers, the communities that we service and our staff, with all passengers being subject to temperature testing at check-in and compulsory wearing of face masks - which are supplied free of charge".
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