Adelaide, Australia (The Globe And Medias)–Australia’s first commercial airline to be powered by wind power has announced plans to open a small cabin service that will serve up air travel from 2019 to 2024.
Cabin Air will be based in Adelaide’s CBD and run by local partners, and will offer its passengers the chance to fly between the two cities in a single, comfortable cabin.
“The idea is to have a small, but comfortable cabin,” the airline said in a statement.
The cabin service will offer air travel between the CBD and Adelaide from 2019-2024, with a service option that allows customers to book for a two-night stay in the CBD as well as a two nights stay in Adelaide.
According to the airline, the cabin service would cost around $600 a person, but the option to book one or two nights in the city would be $100 a person.
It’s unclear how many people would fly between Adelaide and Adelaide in the cabin, but a previous attempt to fly a single cabin between Adelaide Airport and Adelaide Airport Station had a success rate of 96 percent, and Cabin Air says the plan is aimed at giving the city a good deal of choice.
CabinAir is the first airline to run a cabin service from Australia to be launched in the country.
The airline has announced that it will open the service in 2019, and the service will operate on the South West, South East, West and North Coast routes, and would be operated by the same companies as other regional carriers.
Its flights to Adelaide will be made through a subsidiary of Chinese carrier China Airlines Group.