Boigu Island Airport

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Boigu Island Airport
Airport type Public
Operator Torres Strait Islands Regional Council
Serves Boigu Island, Queensland, Australia
Elevation AMSL 10 ft / 3 m
Coordinates 09°14′S 142°13′E / 9.233°S 142.217°E / -9.233; 142.217Coordinates: 09°14′S 142°13′E / 9.233°S 142.217°E / -9.233; 142.217
YBOI is located in Queensland
Location in Queensland
Direction Length Surface
m ft
09/27 730 2,395 Sealed
Sources: AIP[1]

Boigu Island Airport (IATA: GIC[2][3], ICAO: YBOI) is an airport serving Boigu Island in Queensland, Australia. It was officially opened as the Charlie Gibuma Memorial Airstrip on 26 July 1981 by Hon. Ken Tomkins, then Queensland Minister for Aboriginal and Island Affairs. The airport is operated by the Torres Strait Islands Regional Council.[1]


The airport resides at an elevation of 10 ft (3 m) above sea level. It has one runway designated 09/27 which is 730 m (2,395 ft) long.[1]

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