MCY-ABX, 2 weekly
MCY-AVV, 3 weekly
MCY-CNS, 5 weekly
MCY-CFS, 2 weekly
MCY-MKY, 3 weekly
MCY-MEL, 4 weekly
MCY-MQL, 2 weekly
MCY-NTL, 4 weekly
An eclectic mix of routes announced, some of which definitely have the demand but will need to be managed right.
I'm glad to see the focus on ROK, which is an airport that has fairly diverse demand for destinations, it's just hard to get the pricing and aircraft type correct. Yeppoon was also a major boom town in COVID and there is a lot of new affluence in the area. I expect ROK<->CNS to be fairly successful, at least while Covid lingers and intrastate tourism is still prevalent. There's also enough ties for VFR and business too, and skipping the milk run would be a selling point especially if it's cheaper.
Townsville and Sunshine Coast I also expect to have potential for success from ROK - Townsville has alot of ties in education & business and is somewhat of a leisure destination that is also only served by an indirect flight. Sunshine Coast is mostly leisure, but it's a route I would personally use a lot if pricing is right.
Melbourne I don't have much hope for, unless a lot of the Covid refugees to Central Queensland are Melburnians who have created new ties to the region.