We are constantly seeking new business partners to join our already diverse portfolio. It is these relationships that help make Hobart Airport what it is today.
We are focused on providing a safe, efficient business environment to streamline the process of partnering with us.
- We are Tasmania’s busiest airport and see over 2 million passengers pass through our gates every year.
- We are the gateway to the south and a premier tourist destination.
- We are growing precinct. Over 500 people work on or around Hobart Airport.
- We are a commercially and socially responsible organisation.
- Hobart Airport welcomes the opportunity to discuss new business opportunities with current and potential partners.
For more information or to express an interest in doing business with Hobart Airport, please email email@example.com
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
All aircraft landing at Hobart Airport must comply with the Hobart Airport Conditions of Use document.
Refer below for Hobart Airport’s current aeronautical charges for aircraft landing at Hobart Airport which apply to all aircraft landing at Hobart Airport where the aircraft operator is not party to an Aeronautical Services Agreement with Hobart Airport.
To discuss general aviation requirements at Hobart Airport, please contact the Senior Operations Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on RPT, general aviation and freight charges at Hobart Airport, contact email@example.com
The Airport is conveniently located 17km from Hobart and 9km from Sorell. We are an emerging commercial precinct and currently over 38 businesses are located in and around Hobart Airport.
This growing activity and the ongoing development of Hobart Airport as a commercial location makes it a great place for all retail operations. Our current retail operators are:
- The Market Place
- Black Café
- Iron House Brewery
- Trattoria Prego
- Australian Way
- & Beyond
- Runway News
- National Pies
There are many reasons that Hobart Airport is an attractive location for the diverse businesses we have on site. If you are interested in discussing what we can offer you, please contact us.
Our business partners are listed below:
- Travelodge Hobart Airport Hotel
- Hobart Airport Tourist Park
- Saffire Freycinet
- Cambridge Centre Food and Nutrition Services
- Little Bee Early Learning and Child Care Centre
- Parkside Foundation
- Monmouth Pony Riding Club
Research and industry
- Bureau of Meteorology, Tas/Ant Regional Office
- Mechanical Services Cambridge
- South Australian Lobster Company Pty Ltd
- Tasmanian Gourmet Seafoods
Car rentals and vehicle
- Apollo Campervan Rentals
- AutoRent Hertz
- Avis Australia
- Bargain Car Rentals
- BP Service Station
- Britz Maui Campervan
- Budget Rent a Car
- Red Spot Car Rentals
- Rent for Less
- Tasmania Campervan Rentals
- Thrifty Car Rentals
- Australian Quarantine and Inspection Services
- Airservices Australia
- Airservices Aviation Fire Fighting and Rescue
- Air BP
- Jetstar Airways
- Qantas Airways Limited
- Qantas Freight
- Rotor Lift
- Tiger Airways
- Toll Air Express
- Virgin Australia Airlines
- Virgin Cargo
Through our partner Claude Neon, we provide a range of advertising opportunities at the airport. Hobart Airport is open to exploring new, unique and tailored advertising opportunities.
To find out more about what we can offer you, please contact:
Sean De Freitas
Hobart Airport and Dark Mofo announced a new partnership this year, celebrating the opening of Hobart’s internationally acclaimed winter festival with a high-visibility activation: altering the iconic sign that sits atop of the main arrivals terminal. With the support of the Dark Mofo team and some creative thinking the excitement began as soon as visitors touched down in Hobart.
A pleasant surprise greeted travelers arriving in Hobart as they peered out their windows and saw a glowing red ‘WELCOME TO ART’. This year our Air Traffic Control tower, terminal frontage and Holyman Avenue were also glowing red for the occasion. Our infamous baggage carousel seal joined in by promoting a nude swim for those who were game.
Dark Mofo has become an important and much anticipated event that celebrates our Tassie winter. Each year we have seen the festival attract more visitors. It also lures locals out to experience great artists, food and warming beverages.
As part of our collaboration we sponsored Black Box, a pop-up performance space which played host to some of the festival’s most intriguing acts. Highlights included RBMA presents Ephemera Live with Tim Hecker and Marcel Weber (MFO), a drone-driven sound and light experience coupled with the scents of conceptual perfumer Geza Schoen.
Accompanying Ephemera Live in the Black Box program was Welsh dark ambient composer Lustmord, supercodex (live set) from Japanese audio-visual artist Ryoji Ikeda, the ‘hallucinatory’ theatrical performance The Bacchae by St Martins Youth Theatre and Fraught Outfit, and a new dance event addition, Red Bull Music Academy x Boiler Room present Chronicles 003: Mark Pritchard.
Until next year! darkmofo.net.au
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