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Fly the Canadian Xpress Australian Adventure Tour

Marc Wheeler

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Australia, the largest country of the continent of Oceania, is also one of the flattest and driest countries in the world. That doesn't mean it's devoid of life or interesting places. On the contrary, the country is full of wonders, from the grasslands of the southwest, to the savanna in the north, the rainforests of the east and the world-renowned Outback, Australia is full of things to discover.

Small aircraft are an essential mode of transportation in and out of many parts of the country and for remote communities, a critical lifeline for medical aid (flying doctor) flights. Outside of the major cities, many airports are unprepared grass, gravel, dirt or sand strips. Some airports do not have fuel or navigational aids and our tour will reflect this.

Tourism is by far the largest industry in the region, with vacationers from all corners of the globe, arriving by boat and by plane at all times of the year. Some stay only a few hours before moving on to the next island in the chain, while others stay for days or even weeks. Tropical storms and typhoons are also frequent and can cause devastating effects on the islands and their inhabitants.

The Canadian Xpress Australian Adventure Tour consists of 66 legs which must be flown in order. Departing from the Tasmanian capital of Hobart, you will visit some of Australia's most famous natural wonders, including Ayers Rock (Uluru), Kangaroo Island, Tasmania, Sydney Harbour, the Gold Coast and the Great Barrier Reef. Through out the tour, you will visit all eight capitals and every biome and region the country has to offer, including some of the most remote airports in the world (so plan your fuel accordingly), finally landing in the nation's capital of Canberra.

Join Canadian Xpress today by visiting  https://canadianxpress.ca and fly the Australian Adventure Tour!

*Canadian Xpress accepts 50% of your VATSIM, IVAO or other virtual airline hours with no limits.




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