Rex Airlines duty free shopping

Most airlines offer some kind of inflight shopping although depending on the route and the airline, these products may or may not be duty free. You can usually expect to be able to purchase fragrances, cosmetics, etc from the comfort of your seat. Here’s what information we currently have on Rex Airlines duty free shopping. Be sure to check back on this page frequently as we are constantly updating the information on the website.

About Rex Airlines

Airline name: Rex Airlines
IATA/ICAO Code: ZL/RXA
Callsign: REX
Country: Australia
Phone: 00 61 2 6393 5550
Website: http://www.rex.com.au/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/rexairlines
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Rex-Airlines-116487266942908/

Rex Airlines (IATA: ZL, ICAO: RXA) is a passenger airline from Australia.

New South Wales-based Regional Express (ZL) is an Australian regional carrier that was founded in 2002. It operates from bases at Adelaide Airport (ADL), Melbourne Airport (MEL), Sydney Airport (SYD), Townsville Airport (TSV) and Cairns Airport (CNS). Regional Express flies to about 55 destinations in New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria, North Queensland and Tasmania. With 49 aircraft, it has the world’s largest fleet of Saab 340 planes. Each is configured with a single Economy Class cabin. Seats with extra legroom (known as Rextra) are available at an additional cost.

Rex Airlines offers on board duty free shopping – check out this page for more information.

Rex Airlines operate passenger services out of the following airports

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