Mining heavyweight BHP is offering up spots on its flights between Perth to Port Hedland.

From Monday, it will offer up to 50 seats each week for a set price of $349 each way.

The company said that its “dedicated community seats” would help families and friends reunite now that intrastate restrictions and social distancing had eased.

“We are pleased we can offer these dedicated community seats at a set cost to help make this possible, and support our communities reconnecting again,” BHP’s General Manager non process infrastructure Cristian Magri said.

Passengers would need to follow BHP’s COVID screening procedures prior to boarding and masks would be required on flights.

Seats can be booked via the Alliance Airlines website from today for flights starting Monday 29 June.

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