Australian regional carrier QantasLink is to launch services between Melbourne and Wollongong for the first time on June 6, according to Air Transport Intelligence.
The seven-times-a-week service will be operated with a Bombardier Dash 8 Q300.
All the flights will be operated on weekdays but a QantasLink spokeswoman said the carrier was hoping to build the route into a leisure operation as well as targeting business travellers.
Currently no airlines provide scheduled non-stop services on the route, according to the QantasLink spokeswoman.
Introductory fares for the new services start from $99 one-way plus surcharges, fees and taxes of $44.
Services from Melbourne will include morning flights on Mondays and Thursdays and an evening departure from Monday to Friday.