Tennant Creek Airport

Tennant Creek Airport Tennant Creek Airport is a small regional airport located near Tennant Creek, Northern Territory, Australia. During World War II the airfield was utilised as a staging airfield between South Australia and Darwin, Northern Territory by the Royal Australian Air Force. Airport Development Group (ADG) is the ultimate parent of the group that owns Darwin International Airport,...

Darwin International Airport

Darwin International Airport In 1919 when the England to Australia air race was announced, Darwin Airport was established in the suburb of Parap to act as the Australian Terminal. Darwin hence operated two airports, a civilian airport and a military field. In 1945 the Department of Aviation made the existing Darwin military airfield available for civil aviation purpose. As a result, the civilian airport...

Alice Springs Airport

Alice Springs Airport On 5 October 1921 the first aircraft landed at the original airport located in the Alice Springs township. Alice Springs Airport is a modern, fully air-conditioned terminal located 15 kilometres to the south of the township of Alice Springs, the main entry point and heart of Central Australia. Located between the East and West MacDonnell Ranges, Alice Springs is Australia's...

Newcastle Airport

Newcastle Airport Newcastle Airport was originally opened as Williamtown Civilian Airport in 1947 after a charter flight landed at the RAAF Base, Williamtown. It wasn’t until 20 February 1948 that scheduled commercial operations commenced at the Airport. The Commonwealth Government continued to run the Airport until 1990 when Newcastle City Council and Port Stephens Council accepted an...

Sydney Airport

Sydney Airport Sydney Airport also known as Kingsford Smith Airpor is located in the Sydney suburb of Mascot. It is the major airport serving Sydney, and is a major hub for Qantas. Sydney Airport is one of the oldest continually operated airports in the world, and the busiest airport in Australia, handling 31.9 million passengers and 290,346 aircraft movements in 2007. It was the 28th...

Hoxton Park Airport

Hoxton Park Airport Hoxton Park Airport is the smallest of the three metropolitan airports occupying 87 hectares, it is also the youngest being established in 1942 as a dispersal airfield. The airport is located 13km west of Bankstown and operates 24 hours with the same circuit training limitations as both Bankstown and Camden Airports. Hoxton Park Airport is privately owned and is managed and...

Bankstown Airport

Bankstown Airport Bankstown Airport is situated 22 kilometres South West of Sydney’s central business district and 5 kilometres West of Bankstown’s city centre. The M-5 Motorway provides 40 minute access to the Sydney CBD and 20 minute access to Sydney Airport domestic and international terminals. Bankstown Airport is surrounded by a broad range of manufacturing and service industries and has...

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...

Canberra Airport

Canberra Airport Canberra Airport was built up from an old airstrip that was first laid down in the 1920s, not long after the National Capital site was decided. In 1939 it was taken over by the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), with an area leased out for civil aviation. Canberra Airport is the airport serving Australia's national capital, Canberra. Although there are no current international...