The Regional Express airline will continue offering services between Wagga and Melbourne after the NSW government heavily restricted air travel originating from Victoria.
From midnight on Friday morning, NSW residents crossing the Victoria border will be required to fly to Sydney for a mandatory 14 days in quarantine, with the only exceptions being with permits or for travel in border communities.
Qantas has stated it will continue its Wagga to Sydney services, which offer a connection to Melbourne.
"Regional Express is compliant with all directions as provided by the NSW Government. Rex will continue to operate its scheduled services between Melbourne and Wagga Wagga, and apply the latest government directives, which may change by the hour," a Regional Express spokesperson said.
"Passengers are responsible for ensuring that they have obtained all necessary permits applicable to their intended point of disembarkation.
"Rex accepts no responsibility for denied boarding or travel expenses incurred by passengers, specific to rejection of entry into states and regional areas."
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced the tightening of border controls on Wednesday after Victoria recorded 725 new COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths, stating that NSW was at a "critical stage of the pandemic".