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Karratha Airport (IATA: KTA, ICAO: YPKA)
The airport is 14 km from Karratha and 3 km south of Dampier. Karratha Airport is the second busiest airport in Western Australia that handles commercial fights and has played a major role in the development of the Pilbara region.
|Operations Manager||Candyce Alvarez|
|Phone||(+61) 8 9183 8847|
|Mobile||(+61) 4 0013 2029|
|Phone||(+61) 8 9144 2602|
|Fax||(+61) 8 9144 2608|
|Postal||PO Box 1012, Karratha WA 6714|
Geraldton Airport (IATA: GET, ICAO: YGEL)
The airport is located 11 km east of Geraldton, Western Australia, along the Geraldton – Mount Magnet Road. Geraldton Airport is the main regional base for aircraft charter operations, flight training, private flying, aerial and agricultural work and aircraft maintenance in the mid-west region.
|Operations Manager||Ngaio Hodge|
|Mobile||(+61) 4 0985 5302|
|Phone||(+61) 8 9923 3745|
|Fax||(+61) 8 9923 3897|
|Postal||PO Box 170 Geraldton WA 6531|
Port Hedland International Airport (IATA: PHE, ICAO: YPPD)
The airport is 9 km south-east of Port Hedland, 11 km from South Hedland and is owned by the Town of Port Hedland Council. It is an important airport for passengers who work in the mining industry and is a link to Bali for the people of the Pilbara with a direct service every Saturday.
|Operations Manager||Aroha Walker|
|Mobile||(+61) 4 5922 4313|
|Phone||(+61) 8 9140 2946 – QF Desk|
|Phone||(+61) 8 9140 1028 – VA Desk|
|Fax||(+61) 8 9140 2847|
|Postal||PO Box 815, Port Hedland WA 6721|
Paraburdoo Airport (IATA: PBO, ICAO: YPBO)
The airport is located 9 km northeast of Paraburdoo. Paraburdoo airport also services the town of Tom Price, with bus services completing the extra 71 km. The airport is owned by Rio Tinto Group with the primary air traffic made up by a mixture of regular passenger transport as well as general aviation light aircraft.
|Operations Manager||Christian Gibson|
|Mobile||(+61) 4 1912 1905|
|Phone||(+61) 8 9189 5137|
|Fax||(+61) 8 9189 5723|
|Postal||PO Box 1, Paraburdoo WA 6754|
Newman Airport (IATA: ZNE, ICAO: YNWN)
The airport is 11 km southeast of Newman and 5 km north of the Tropic of Capricorn. Newman Airport is owned and operated by The Shire of East Pilbara and serves as a vital link between the community of Newman and surrounding communities to Perth.
|Operations Manager||Vicki Smith|
|Mobile||(+61) 4 1811 9050|
|Phone||(+61) 8 9175 0651|
|Fax||(+61) 8 9175 1772|
|Postal||PO Box 179, Newman WA 6753|
Onslow Airport (IATA: ONS, ICAO: YONS)
The airport is 3km from the town site. Onslow Airport redevelopment commenced in June 2012 and the facilities were completed and fully operational in August 2015. On 24 August 2015 the redeveloped Onslow Airport was officially opened. The redevelopment was funded by the Shire of Ashburton, Chevron-operated Wheatstone Project and the State Government and now provides a valuable service to the town and surrounding industrial projects.
|Operations Manager||Gwenda Hilton|
|Phone||(+61) 8 9466 6532|
|Mobile||(+61) 4 4814 7020|
|Postal||PO Box 297, Onslow WA 6710|
Alice Springs Airport (IATA: ASP, ICAO: YBAS)
Alice Springs Airport is located 13 km south of Alice Springs townsite, Northern Territory. The airport can accommodate the Airbus A380, Boeing 747 and 777 landing The only scheduled flights using the airport are domestic, although international charters do use the airport on occasions. The airport is not subject to a curfew and operates 24 hours a day.
|Operations Manager||Tony Dodds|
|Mobile||(+61) 4 1978 9090|
|Postal||PO Box 430, Alice Springs NT 0871|
Broome International Airport (IATA: BME, ICAO: YBRM)
Broome International Airport is a regional airport located 0.7km west of the Broome GPO, Western Australia.
Broome International Airport is the regional hub of the north western part of Western Australia. It is considered the gateway to the Kimberley region. In the year ending 30 June 2011 the airport handled 409,663 passengers. It is ranked the 20th busiest airport in Australia