Network Aviation is an airline based at Perth Airport, operating air charter services in support of "fly-in fly-out" mining operations throughout Western Australia. In partnership with subsidiary engineering provider Network Turbine Solutions, Network Aviation operates over 50 flights a week on behalf of mining companies to facilitate crew changes at remote sites.
In February 2011, Network Aviation was purchased by Qantas. Network retains its current management, employees and operating structure, with the business to be aligned with Qantas' operations, standards and processes. With the purchase, Qantas stated it is looking at significantly growing Network's fleet and operations.
In February 2011 Qantas announced that it was purchasing 10 Fokker 100 aircraft for its Network Aviation operation.
In May 2014 Network Aviation received approval to operate three weekly services from Perth to Learmonth with Fokker 100s.