Sharp Airlines focusing on getting “two to three” extra passengers per flight to ensure viability

Rachael Houlihan
Updated January 9 2019 - 9:46am, first published January 8 2019 - 10:49pm
JUMP ABOARD: Sharp Airlines managing director Malcolm Sharp at the 2015 announcement of a new flight service from Warrnambool to Melbourne.

Sharp Airlines only needs to increase patronage by “two or three passengers per flight,” its managing director says.

Rachael Houlihan

Deputy editor at The Standard. Former Warrnambool City Council and general news reporter. Send me news tips: rhoulihan@warrnamboolstandard.com.au