Bendigo Airport (Victoria)
|Operator||City of Greater Bendigo|
|Location||East Bendigo, Bendigo, Victoria|
|Elevation AMSL||705 ft / 215 m|
In 2017 Bendigo Airport was upgraded with a new taxiway system, new lighting and a new 1,6 km North - South runway. New lighting and signage was also added.
In April 1983 Prince Charles flew into Bendigo Airport
Bendigo Airport has a small terminal building which is located on the western side . "MyJet" have a larger terminal which is used for charter aircraft. The BFC ( Bendigo Flying Club) and the BAS (Bendigo Aviation Services) teach people to fly and also operate joy flights over Bendigo.
MyJet operates charter flights in and out of Bendigo Airport with small private jets.
The airport has privately owned sheds to store small aircraft North of the terminal and apron.
|Air Ambulance Victoria||Medical||Beechcraft B200C King Air|
Accidents and Incidents
- On the 19th May 2015, A cirrus SR22T registered VH-EPG from Moorabbin to Mildura declared a PAN PAN after smoke built up in the cockpit. On approach the aircraft cleared a row of trees and made a final landing on runway 17. The pilot and passenger were not injured.
- Aviation Photos: Bendigo (BXG / YBDG) at Airliners.net
- Video of Prince Charles Taking off Bendigo Airport (BXG / YBDG)
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