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With an extensive heritage of regional aviation, Rex is proud of its roots in regional Australia and one of our key values is our commitment to the people and the communities we serve.

Rex stands united with the regional and remote communities affected by natural disasters such as drought, flood, and bushfire.

Following the announcement of a drought relief fund in 2018; this year, Rex has established the Rex Relief Fund, with $1.5 million set aside for natural disaster relief to regional Australia.

This fund will be available for all relief efforts arising from natural disasters like drought, floods and bushfire. Community groups working to alleviate the impact of natural disasters will be able to apply to draw from the fund in the form of $4.00 of travel on the Rex network for every $1.00 raised by the community groups. Small businesses that are providing assistance to victims of natural disasters will also be eligible for assistance.

Vouchers provided for travel will be valid for 12 months from date of issuance. The following fare rules apply: One change per flight (i.e. date, time) is permitted up to 24 hours before scheduled time of departure with payment of the applicable admin fee per flight sector, vouchers is non-transferable and non-refundable, standard Conditions of Carriage apply. Approved requests are entirely at the discretion of the management of Rex.

Complete your online form here.


      

Rex is partnering with FRRR to raise funds for drought and flood relief.

Funds will help communities affected by drought or floods to stay connected and support one another.

Donations via FRRR will support initiatives that are locally led and tailored to the community’s needs.
Project might include:

  • Repairing local meeting places,
  • Hosting events,
  • Skill development sessions to generate alternative income,
  • Funding excursions or new books, so school children don’t miss out, or
  • Bringing in mental health support workers.


Learn more: www.frrr.org.au/drought

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