Camden Airport

Camden Airport

Located in an attractive rural environment 31km south-west of Bankstown Airport, Camden Airport is the oldest operating airport within our network. This airport is 196 hectares in area and is surrounded on three sides by the Nepean River.

With one sealed and one grass runway the airport also has two glider strips. The airport is operational 24 hours a day, with limitations placed on circuit training.

In 2003/04 Air Services Australia recorded just over 30,000 movements at the airport.

The airport has four runways,. The primary sealed runway (06/24) is 1464mx30m and is rated at 5.7 tonnes MTOW. Further details can be obtained in the Enroute Supplement published by Airservices Australia.

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Camden Airport
3 Avro Street
NSW 2200

Contact Info
(02) 9796 2300

Sydney Airport Weather info
Clear sky

Location of this weather station:
18.2 km East-Southeast

Reported on:
Sun, 2018-12-16 16:00

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