Rex is planning to reduce its capacity on nine of its regional routes next month onwards due to pilot and spare parts shortage, ABC reports. This move by the airline will see services cut in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. Nine route services in total will be affected. Warrick Lodge, National strategy general manager, Rex said while speaking to ABC News: “These adjustments are necessitated by the chronic shortage of airline professionals, particularly pilots and engineers, as well as the severe disruption in the supply chain of aircraft and engine parts. The services will be reinstated once
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