UPDATE! Sadly, the continuing global pandemic and strict border closures has seen the end of services from Sydney to Proserpine (Whitsunday Coast) Airport from Thursday 13 August.
On Saturday 4 July, it was noted that Jetstar Airways resumed interstate Regular Passenger Transport (RPT) scheduled flights into the Whitsundays with Airbus A320 VH-VFQ touching down at the Proserpine (Whitsunday Coast) Airport as JST840 from Sydney. It later returned to the New South Wales capital as JST841.
As reported below, Jetstar had re-started flights into Prosie from and back to Brisbane in mid-June.
While Alliance Airlines started RPT flights also from and back to Brisbane about a week later and Virgin Australia re-started RPT flights from and back to Brisbane on Thursday 2 July.
Flights into the Whitsundays hadn't operated since late March at the height of the recent COVID-19 travel restrictions.
Current schedules show no fixed pattern of operations at this stage, although I do note that another flight into the Whitsundays will touch down at Prosie from Sydney on Monday 6 July.
Meanwhile, flights to Hamilton Island remain in limbo with the Island still not open and no published plans available to indicate a possible re-opening.
Great to see the Whitsundays 'open for business!'