Dockers fans have now snapped up every seat on flights to Melbourne on Thursday and Friday ahead of Saturday's historic Grand Final.
Yesterday Qantas put on a 364-seat 747 flight and Virgin Australia a 176-seat 737, but all seats went overnight.
Qantas and Virgin Australia are hoping to add more capacity today to meet the unprecedented demand from Dockers fans.
However, there will be a handful of seats available tomorrow.
With the two extra flights added Monday, the major airlines have 51 direct flights from Perth to Melbourne from tomorrow through Friday midnight.
Thousands more Fremantle fans are going via Adelaide, Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane, with all virtually seats sold after tomorrow.
Dockers supporters have also chartered at least 16 jets.
There are also a number of corporate VIP jet charters. But fans have been urged to shop around if they are contemplating private charters.Adagold Aviation's Osman Bahemia said yesterday that fans anxious to see the Dockers in their first grand final were aware that chartering a plane was an excellent option.
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