Albury Airport growth continues to take off

When it comes to your business choosing a regional city, there are only a few like Albury Wodonga, especially when it comes to air infrastructure.

When it comes to your business choosing a regional city, there are only a few like Albury Wodonga who offer established major infrastructure assets including an air-freight capable airport. Albury Airport significantly increases the accessibility and connectivity throughout the region, whether its for business or leisure travel.

The Albury Airport:

  • Ranks as 21 out of the 50 busiest regional airports in Australia. Top 5 regional connecting airports into Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport.
  • Owned and operated by AlburyCity who are committed to investing in the asset as a key facilitator of economic growth.
  • Operates with an annual financial surplus.
  • Operates up to 180 services each week, with pre-COVID 19 modelling indicating the airport could hit 300,000 passenger movements by 2025.
  • Qantas are increasing their flight schedule between Albury and Sydney which will rise to 25 flights a week by the end of October 2021.
  • Commencing July 1, Qantas will offer direct flights between Albury and Brisbane. These flights will operate 3 days a week, making it easier for organisations and corporate travellers to re-connect.
  • Long term plan for expansion in place via the 15 year Albury Airport Master Plan to service growing regional demand for Regular Passenger Transport (RPT) services, emergency and defence aircraft, and aviation related business expansion and operation.
  • Upgraded security screening and world class standard interior spaces with corporate facilities including on-site meeting room and free Wi-Fi.

Albury Airport Arrivals and Departures

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