Brisbane, Australia-based Alliance Airlines Services remains committed to its Fokker fleet and said buying new aircraft makes no sense for its operating environment. “We are the largest fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) operator in Australia. About 70% of our business is long-term contracts with the big mining companies,” Alliance Airlines MD Scott McMillan told ATW in Vienna. FIFO operators transport personnel by air to and from their workplace at remote sites in enterprises such as ...

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