Bonza Helps Australia Save Over $125m in Air Fares

Bonza Helps Australia Save Over $125m in Air Fares
Photo Credit: Bonza.

Bonza has helped travellers in Australia save over $125m in air fares, as the carrier continues to grow in intensity.

Such a statement comes off the back of 12 months of operations in the skies of the vast country, handling over 750,000 passengers in a single year.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Bonza Helps Australia Save Over $125m in Air Fares…

Bonza Helps Australia Save Over $125m in Air Fares
Photo Credit: Bonza.

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With the over 750,000 passengers handled in 12 months, this covers 21 destinations across Australia, with 84% of those routes not served by any other airline and 89% of them not served by a low-cost carrier.

Commenting on this further was Bonza CEO Tim Jordan:

“It really is a Bonzaversary to remember, since our inaugural flight on 31 January 2023, Bonza has expanded to operate 38 routes to 21 destinations from three bases and, of these routes, 84% are unique to Bonza”.

“Bonza is about making air travel affordable for the many and not just the few; and improving accessibility for all Australians, especially those in the regions.”

“We’ve taken great steps towards delivering upon our mission with more than $125 million already saved by Aussie travellers.”

“We’ve got big plans for 2024 and the Aussie public will benefit. We’re predicting we’ll save domestic travellers somewhere in the vicinity of an additional $250 million this coming year.”

“Competition in Australian skies is a great thing for Aussie travellers and over 750,000 customers have already experienced the benefits of Bonza.”

All eyes will be on how 2024 will go for the Australia-based carrier.

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