|Secondary hubs||Brisbane Airport
|Parent company||Wild Group of Companies|
|Headquarters||Cairns, Queensland, Australia|
|Key people||Simon Wild, CEO|
Skytrans is an Australian airline and air charter business with bases in Cairns, Brisbane, Toowoomba and Perth. The airline operates scheduled passenger services from Cairns and Brisbane to 25 locations through Queensland and New South Wales. They are a major operator of the Bombardier Dash 8 series of aircraft in Australia, seating 36-50 passengers.
Skytrans was formed in October 1990 as a charter airline, and began scheduled flights in 1993. In November 2000, Skytrans merged with AirSwift Aviation, another small regional airline based in Cairns. In June 2001, Skytrans took over services to Cooktown and Karumba from MacAir Airlines. In January 2005, the airline began to operate in competition with QantasLink on the Cairns — Townsville route, operating from its own terminals in both cities.
In December 2006, the airline was acquired from its founders by Australian Aviation Holdings, which also owns Queensland Regional Airlines and Inland Pacific Air. Skytrans and QRA have now merged under the Skytrans banner.
In July 2009 Skytrans changed its IATA designator from NP to Q6.
|de Havilland Canada Dash 8-102||9|
|de Havilland Canada Dash 8-311||3|
Skytrans provides scheduled service flights to a number of prominently Queensland destinations and operates charter flights throughout Australia, Papua New Guinea and the SW Pacific. The airline also provides fly-in fly-out charter services to many large companies within the mining sector.
Scheduled flights operate from Cairns to Lockhart River, Coen, Aurukun, Mount Isa, Bamaga, Edward River, Normanton, Doomadgee, Mornington Island, Burketown and Kowanyama.
Scheduled flights operate from Brisbane to Sydney, Toowoomba, Charleville, Quilpie, Windorah, Birdsville, Bedourie, Boulia, Mount Isa, St George, Cunnamulla and Thargomindah. Skytrans intends to launch flights from Toowoomba to Roma in January 2013 using Dash-8 aircraft  and is establishing a new base at Toowoomba Airport 
As of October 2013, Skytrans offers scheduled service at the following locations:
In the community
- CASA civil aircraft register search, using "Skytrans" as the search parameter. Search conducted 20 October 2013
- Skytrans - "Our Fleet" retrieved 20 October 2013
- Maroomba Airlines fleet retrieved 22 August 2010.
- "Official website". Skytrans. Retrieved 20 October 2013.
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