OzJet, Australia's fourth domestic carrier, has begun selling tickets ahead of its Nov. 29 launch. The startup plans to operate an all-premium product using three 737-200s configured with only 60 seats with 40-in. pitch and fares lower than its rivals' economy rate. The launch price of A$325 ($238) each way undercuts Qantas's fully flexible economy rate by 10%-15% but it is higher than that of Virgin Blue. Flights from other cities, including Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra and Perth, will ...

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