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Airports of Australia

List of airports in Australia serving regular or charter passenger flights.

All Airports of Australia

Adelaide
Country: Australia
Principal international airport in South Australia
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Brisbane
Country: Australia
Main international airport in the state of Queensland
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Darwin International
Country: Australia
Primary airport serving the Northern Territory of Australia
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Dubbo City
Country: Australia
Regional airport of Dubbo City in New South Wales
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Canberra
Country: Australia
International airport of Australia's capital city
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Cairns
Country: Australia
International airport serving Cairns
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Mount Isa
Country: Australia
Regional airport in the Western Queensland
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Mount Gambier
Country: Australia
Regional airport in South Australia
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Melbourne
Country: Australia
Primary airport serving Melbourne and the second busiest in Australia, also known as Tullamarine Airport
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Melbourne Essendon
Country: Australia
Airport in Melboure handling business and general aviation
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Norfolk Island International
Country: Australia
Only airport on Norfolk Island, an external territory of Australia
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Newcastle Williamtown
Country: Australia
Airport serving Newcastle in eastern Australia
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Perth
Country: Australia
Major airport in Western Australia
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Sunshine Coast
Country: Australia
Regional airport serving Sunshine Coast resort area on the Pacific Ocean coastline
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Sydney
Country: Australia
Largest airport in Australia, also known as Kingsford Smith Airport
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Townsville
Country: Australia
International airport serving the city of Townsville
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Hobart International
Country: Australia
International air gateway to the island of Tasmania
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