Mt Hotham will be getting regular direct flights from Sydney this ski season, Qantas has announced.

British travellers on flights to Sydney this ski season can catch onward flights to Mt Hotham, as Qantas has announced the dates of its popular winter service.

From June 24th to September 11th, QantasLink will be running 80-minute flights to one of the country’s most popular mountain regions.

This year’s service will include a total of 114 flights, with regularity ranging from five times to seven times per week, resulting in an increased capacity of 300 seats, the airline said.

Narendra Kumar, Qantas Executive Manager Regional Airlines Group, said: “Victoria’s ski fields are among the best in Australia, and these direct flights will again make Hotham Alpine Resort the most accessible ski resort in Australia.”

To celebrate the announcement of the new schedule, QantasLink has launched a special sale including one-way tickets for just $189 (£117), including taxes and charges.

Travellers need to book before April 5th to take advantage of this deal, which is valid on all flights during the 2011 ski season.

Written by Ruth Norris

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