Sydney Seaplanes to launch direct flight from Sydney to Canberra

Sydney Seaplanes introduces a direct flight connecting Sydney Harbour with Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra, blending scenic travel with efficiency.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Sydney Seaplanes announced the upcoming launch of a new passenger flight service that will connect Sydney Harbour directly with Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra. This innovative route offers a unique and picturesque journey between the two cities, providing a delightful alternative to the conventional road and rail travel methods.

Aaron Shaw, Managing Director of Sydney Seaplanes, revealed in an interview with Renee Krosch on NSW & ACT Evenings that the service is expected to open for bookings within the next few months. The new service aims to significantly reduce travel time and avoid the typical congestion on highways, enhancing the travel experience with stunning aerial views of Sydney and Canberra.

In line with the company’s commitment to sustainability and innovation, Shaw also discussed the future potential for integrating electric seaplanes into their fleet. This advancement in aviation technology could drastically reduce carbon emissions and noise, contributing to a cleaner and quieter environment.

As urban development continues and the demand for efficient, eco-friendly travel solutions grows, Sydney Seaplanes is poised to set a new standard in the industry. This service promises to transform the way people travel between Sydney and Canberra, offering a faster, more enjoyable, and environmentally friendly alternative.

Travel enthusiasts and regular commuters alike are encouraged to stay tuned for further announcements regarding the launch date and booking details for this exciting new service. Sydney Seaplanes is looking forward to welcoming passengers aboard and setting a precedent for future developments in sustainable aviation.

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