Ballina Byron Gateway Airport
Ballina Byron Gateway Airport
|Operator||Ballina Shire Council|
|Location||Ballina, New South Wales|
|Elevation AMSL||7 ft / 2 m|
|Statistics (FY 2010–11)|
It is 5 km (3 mi) from the Ballina CBD, in Southern Cross Drive. An occasional bus service operates to and from the airport, except on Christmas Day.
In 2005 Ballina Airport was renamed Ballina Byron Gateway Airport in a bid to attract more people to the area.
A master plan for an upgrade and expansion of the terminal has been drawn up and may be constructed with a new glass facade facing the apron and runway as well as a new drop-off/pick-up area and multiple interior changes. This is due to the increase in numbers since the introduction of jet services by Jetstar and Virgin Australia.
The upgrade will in the future involve a taxiway being built for the runway and many more facilities for the airport. There is a master plan for the airport.
Airlines and destinations
|FlyPelican||Canberra, Dubbo, Newcastle|
|Jetstar Airways||Melbourne, Sydney|
|1||New South Wales Sydney Airport||432,600||1.8||Virgin Australia, Jetstar, Regional Express|
The Ballina Aero club, which was established in 1928, has a club house located in the general aviation hangar area. Use of the club house is available to transiting pilots.
Air T&G operate a fleet of helicopters on sight seeing, fire bombing and training duties.
Black Swan Aviation is a general aviation aircraft maintenance facility carrying out all types of maintenance.
Classic Aero Adventure Flights operates a CAC Winjeel on warbird joy flights around the local district.
Australia's only Cirrus Vision SF50 (rego N755DS) is stored at Ballina Byron Gateway Airport.
- Fiscal year 1 July – 30 June
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- "Ballina Byron Gateway Airport Development Strategy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 13 September 2009. Retrieved 21 August 2009.
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- "Media Release – FlyPelican to commence Air Services between Newcastle and Ballina (Byron Bay)" (PDF). Fly Pelican. Retrieved 27 January 2018.
- "Qantas group network changes". Qantas. 19 March 2020. Archived from the original on 20 March 2020. Retrieved 20 March 2020.
- Australian Domestic Airline Activity
- Ballina Byron Gateway Airport – Official Website
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