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Regional Express Flight FAQs

What airline is ZL?
ZL is the character code assigned to Regional Express by the International Air Transport Association. ZL is also referred to as Rex Airlines, incorporating the first letter of Regional and the first two letters of Express.

What is the baggage allowance for Rex Airlines?
All passengers except Rex Flex ticket holders have a 15kg baggage allowance. If you have a Rex Flex fare, your baggage allowance is 23kg. If you are travelling internationally within a day of your Rex flight, your baggage allowance is 23kg. If you have additional questions about baggage, please contact Wotif customer support.

What terminal is Rex at the Sydney airport?
Rex’s main Sydney port is Terminal 2. T2 is the first of two domestic terminals (the other being T3), and is home to several shops to keep you occupied before or after your flight. If you’re hungry, you can also sit down at a variety of cafes, restaurants, and bars to fuel up.

What terminal is Rex at Melbourne Airport?
Rex’s main Melbourne hub is at Tullamarine Airport’s Terminal 4. If you arrive early for your flight, you can pick up snacks or a full meal at one of the cafes or restaurants, or even do a little shopping at one of several retail venues.

Where is Rex based?
Regional Express Airlines, or Rex, is based in Mascot, New South Wales. It was formed in 2002 when Hazelton and Kendell Airlines merged, and it’s the second-largest regional airline next to Qantas.