What planes does Australia Post use?

What planes does Australia Post use?

In June 2016, the 737-400F, two of the 737-300Fs and three BAe 146s were rebranded and are operated as a dedicated fleet for Australia Post and StarTrack.

Does Australia Post have planes?

Australia Post delivered more than 52 million parcels during the peak of pre-Christmas shopping thanks largely to a fleet of aircraft dedicated to getting packages to doorsteps on time.

When did Auspost buy StarTrack?

May 2011
The companies decided in May 2011 to bring together the retail shipping divisions of Australian Air Express and Star Track Express, under the StarTrack brand which was launched a year later.

Are Auspost and StarTrack the same?

StarTrack is now a business of Australia Post and delivers some Australia Post parcels – which is why you see more of our blue delivery vans on the road today. You can rest assured StarTrack will continue to deliver the same great service.

Is Australia Post or StarTrack better?

StarTrack is your go-to when you need your packages delivered, fast. They serve to mostly only businesses (unlike Aus Post who also serves individuals and for non-commercial purposes), and operates on a contract basis.

Where is Australian Air Express based in Australia?

Company Description: AUSTRALIAN AIR EXPRESS PTY LTD is located in Mascot, NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia and is part of the Couriers and Express Delivery Services Industry. AUSTRALIAN AIR EXPRESS PTY LTD has 25,000 total employees across all of its locations and generates $4.60 billion in sales (USD). (Employees figure is estimated).

What happened to Australian airExpress?

Australian airExpress was absorbed into Qantas Freight during February 2013. As a result, its own website ceased to exist but some of its operations are still continuing as the air division of Star Track Express.

Who is Regional Express Holdings Limited?

In November 2005, Regional Express Holdings Limited made its stock market debut and was listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. In the years since, Rex has continued to navigate headwinds to remain sustainable and continue operating vital air corridors between regional and metropolitan centres.

When did Australian airExpress become Qantas Freight?

Australian airExpress was absorbed into Qantas Freight during February 2013. Australian airExpress was established in early 1992 as a domestic air freight company with the ability of pick-up and delivery services using both vans and trucks. AaE started operations on 1 August 1992.