Sharp Airlines Reviews

Sharp Airlines Reviews-Malcolm Sharp
Malcolm Sharp

In 1990, an air facility was established, but only with a single Piper PA-31-350 Chieftain, a twin-engined aircraft known to be a vulnerable yet popular choice of aircraft back then. The airline had slowly grown in time, and had acquired the aircraft of Fairchild Metro to replace the Chieftains. It was then that the airline added a new network to Essendon Airport. In time, Sharp Airlines added several more route networks to Port Augusta, Portland, and even to the largest island in the Furneaux Group, Flinders Island.

Now, Sharp Airlines has 10 aircraft of Cessna, Piper, and Fairchild which can accommodate 3-19 passengers. Their parent company is Sharp Aviation Pty. Ltd and they are still being led by the founder and managing director, Malcolm Sharp.

InFlight Services

Sharp Airlines Reviews-on boardPassengers flying with Sharp Airlines are allowed up to 15 kilos of checked luggage and 6 kg of carry-on luggage per paying customer.

Sharp Airlines provides a fly in fly out service in support of the resource sector to remote localities across Australia. Crew and roster rotations, carriage of freight and equipment, emergency support, and specialised aerial services are all part of Sharp Airlines’ expertise.
inflightThe Australian regional airline basically offers a charter service which is available to fly throughout Australia. Offering first-class personal service, Sharp Airlines will ensure that your experience is rewarding and memorable. Whether it is for a business trip or a special occasion, Sharp Airlines’ specialised charter service can deliver on all of your expectations.

Not-so-sharp Website

Sharp Airlines Reviews-pageThough, their official website doesn’t look updated or well-maintained; given it’s not modernized, the web page still functions normally wherein customers can search and book for their preferred flight deals with Sharp Airlines. The page shows a flashing image of their holiday packages and services. They also show several tabs of information regarding the airline’s policies and news. However, Sharp Airlines doesn’t have a mobile version of their PC services.

Sharp Airlines Reviews of Passengers

We tried reading and checking through several Sharp Airlines reviews online. To be honest, there weren’t much, but acknowledgement and appreciation are shown by their customers with their experience with Sharp Airlines. One recent feedback was even posted on the 10th of July 2016, saying, “Thank you Sharp, you are so easy to deal with whether it is travelling or booking, changing a booking or cancelling it is never a problem. Keep up the great service.” To see more of Sharp Airlines reviews, refer to this link below:
https://www.facebook.com/SharpAirlines/reviews

How To Reach Them?

  • logoWebsite URL:                    http://sharpairlines.com.au//
  • Contact Number:              1300 55 66 94 /  +61 3 5574 8216
  • Contact Email:                  reservations@sharpairlines.com.au
  • Fax Number:                    +61 (0) 3 5574 8258
  • Head Office Address:        Hamilton Airport, PO Box 710, Hamilton Vic 3300, Australia

Conclusion

Sharp Airlines might not be the very best regional airline or air carrier in the world, but at least they are good at providing services to their passengers and loyal customers, given the size of the travel company and its numbered fleet. Based on Sharp Airlines reviews, the airline had accommodated them properly and accordingly. They also wish that Sharp Airlines will keep on growing in time.

Have you flown with Sharp Airlines? Feel free to leave a comment below.

 

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