Kids can fly free between Perth and Geraldton with Nexus Airlines until mid-April!

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With the Christmas school holidays quickly coming to an end, now is the perfect time to start making plans for an Easter escape!

Nexus Airlines is still running their Kids fly Free offer, meaning children under 12 years can take to the skies for free from today until April 14, 2024. With flights operating between Perth and Geraldton seven days a week, there’s never been a better time to visit family or explore more of WA.

Word on the street is that seats are booking out quickly so what are you waiting for – lock that Easter holiday in today!

Nexus Airlines kids fly free

Kids Fly Free Campaign

With each paying adult on flights scheduled between from now until April 14, 2024, one child between the age of two and 12 can fly at no extra cost. The offer includes public holidays and the Easter school holiday period, but all children must be accompanied by an adult. The offer is valid for all fare classes on all Nexus Airlines flight routes, including multi sector flights, one way and return trip bookings.

Discounted tickets are subject to availability and can only be redeemed through direct bookings via phone or the Nexus Airlines website. The conditions state that identification may be required at the time of check in and the deal cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, with the sale closing on 5pm April 14, 2024.

Nexus Airlines kids fly free

Who are Nexus Airlines?

Nexus Airlines flights connect regional communities including Geraldton, Karratha, Port Hedland, Broome, Kununurra, Darwin and Perth.

Two of their services operate a ‘milk-run’ style flight that hops up the coast, with a short stopover in each port. Every leg includes a locally sourced refreshment, served by their friendly and regionally based cabin crew.

The flights include double daily flights during the week between Perth and Geraldton and a Broome to Darwin service that calls into Kununurra five times a week.

The offer is set to ensure travel experiences are not only memorable but also affordable, part of an effort to provide inexpensive intrastate travel options for WA families during the school holidays, boost tourism in the Perth and mid-west regions and bring families together over the festive periods.

Nexus Airlines kids fly free

Low Emissions Flying & Sustainability

While affordable flights and good connections are important for both business and leisure travellers, Nexus Airlines is focused on the bigger picture, with sights set on leading the way in low-emissions flying. According to the airline, the Next Generation Dash 8 Q400 aircraft has the lowest fuel consumption per passenger seat of any turboprop in the industry, while maintaining jet-like speed, which means there is a 30% to 40% reduction in carbon emissions.

Social Sustainability

When it comes to social sustainability, Nexus Airlines has created a unique style of frequent flyer program designed to give back to communities they fly into. Instead of a regular rewards system where the passenger reaps the benefits, NexusGO points will accrue for each destination, and used to support regional community events, groups and charities.

On Board Experience

As for the experience on board, travellers can expect professional and friendly crew, coupled with a tidy and comfortable cabin. You’ll also be served a complimentary light snack and refreshment.

Head to the Nexus Airlines website for more information and to get booking.

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