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Rex has three wholly owned subsidiaries. The Group comprises:

Regional Express Holdings Limited
  Formerly known as Australiawide Airlines Limited, Regional Express Holdings Limited was incorporated on 12 February 2002, and is listed on the ASX. It is the holding company of the subsidiaries.
Regional Express Pty Limited
  Previously known as Australian Express Airlines Pty Limited, this arm was incorporated on 11 July 2002. It holds the assets and operates the business of the airline Regional Express (Rex). It also holds the Air Operator’s Certificate to conduct the company’s airline and charter activities as well as the Certificate of Approval to undertake aircraft and aircraft component maintenance and overhaul.
Rex Freight & Charter Pty Limited
  Previously Hazelton Air Charter Pty Limited, this subsidiary was incorporated on 22 June 1994. It is the company which holds the 100 percent investment shareholding in Pel-Air Aviation Pty Limited.
  Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd (Pel-Air) was incorporated in 1984 and has evolved to become a successful and leading air charter company with a niche in Fly In / Fly Out charters, Air Freight charters, Corporate Jet charters and Aeromedical transport.

Pel-Air became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Rex in June 2007.

Pel-Air now employs about 80 personnel with operational and maintenance facilities in Adelaide SA, Brisbane QLD, Melbourne VIC and Sydney NSW.

Pel-Air currently has a fleet size of 15 aircraft, consisting of Saab 340, Westwind 1124, Learjet 35/36 and Beechcraft King Air B200C aircraft types. Pel-Air also has access to over 50 Saab 340 aircraft owned by Rex.

Rex Investment Holdings Pty Limited
  Incorporated on 10 July 2002, this subsidiary, previously known as Country Express Pty Limited, holds investments, including overseas investments.
 
Australian Airline Pilot Academy

The Australian Airline Pilot Academy (AAPA) was established in 2007 to offer an intensive training program which enables students to graduate with a Commercial Pilot Licence, Multi-Engine Rating, and Instrument Rating; amongst other training programs that cater to the needs of the parent company as well as other airlines. Originally located in Mangalore, Victoria, AAPA was relocated to Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, in April 2009.

AAPA is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and accredited to conduct pilot training in Australia to local and overseas students and deliver nationally recognised diplomas in aviation to its graduates. AAPA is approved by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) and the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA-UAE), as well as an approved supplier to Vietnam Airlines.
 
AAPA Victoria

AAPA Victoria (AAPAV), located at Ballarat, Victoria, is a pilot academy founded over 10 years ago to provide airline cadet pilot training for global carriers. AAPAV was acquired by the Rex Group on 19 November 2019. In addition to being accredited by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia (CASA), AAPAV is also accredited by the Civil Aviation Authority of China (CAAC) and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS).


 

 

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