Hobart Airport is a thriving, growing and exciting business that offers many reasons for aviation specialists to do business with Hobart Airport. Over the past 10 years, we have experienced above average passenger growth and are currently Australia’s ninth busiest airport.
- We are Tasmania’s busiest airport and handle approximately 60% of all air traffic that enters Tasmania.
- We are the state’s premier passenger destination.
- We handle 60% of all air traffic that enters Tasmania, servicing the greater Hobart area and all of southern Tasmania. Our current passenger airlines operating include Qantas, Qantas Link, Jetstar, Virgin and Tiger.
We are a base for southern freight operations:
In addition to passenger airlines, Hobart Airport’s freight operators include Qantas Freight and Toll.
We are home to local operators:
Local operators providing services out of Hobart Airport include Rotor Lift Aviation and Air Tasmania. The Royal Flying Doctor also operates from Hobart Airport
Antarctic air service:
Hobart Airport is proud to be the home Airport to Australia’s Antarctic Aviation Programme.
The program operates an intercontinental air service (Airlink) between Hobart Airport and Wilkins Runway in Antarctica over the summer months.
For more information on Australia’s Antarctic operations please visit the Australian Antarctic Division website or contact us.
Aviation services and charges:
Refer below for an outline of Hobart Airport’s current charges for Regular Passenger Transport (RPT), General Aviation and freight operations, effective from 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017. Other charges may apply for some operation types.
To discuss general aviation requirements at Hobart Airport, please contact the Senior Operations Officer at email@example.com.
For more information on RPT, general aviation and freight charges at Hobart Airport, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.