Latrobe Regional Airport

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Latrobe Regional Airport
Airport typePublic
OperatorLatrobe Regional Airport Board
LocationMorwell, Victoria
Elevation AMSL180 ft / 55 m
Coordinates38°12′26″S 146°28′13″E / 38.20722°S 146.47028°E / -38.20722; 146.47028Coordinates: 38°12′26″S 146°28′13″E / 38.20722°S 146.47028°E / -38.20722; 146.47028
YLTV is located in Victoria
Location in Victoria
Direction Length Surface
m ft
03R/21L 1,430 4,692 Asphalt
09/27 919 3,015 Gravel
03L/21L 537 1,762 Grass
Sources: Australian AIP and aerodrome chart[1]

Latrobe Regional Airport (formerly Latrobe Valley Airport) (IATA: TGN, ICAO: YLTV) is located between the Latrobe Valley towns of Morwell and Traralgon, Victoria, Australia. The airport is about 160 kilometres east of Melbourne, off the Princes Highway, 4 nautical miles (7.4 km; 4.6 mi) west[1] of Traralgon.


The airfield was originally located at Morwell and at Moe before moving to the present site. The terminal building contains some displays of aviation artifacts.

GippsAero, manufacturer of the GA200 agricultural aircraft and the GA8 Airvan eight seater passenger aircraft, is based at the airport.

Bandicoot Adventure Flights operate vintage and World War II aircraft including Tiger Moths, a T-6 Texan, and a Pitts Special.

There is also the Latrobe Flying Museum - its fleet consisting of a CAC Sabre, P-51 Mustang, a Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation Winjeel and a Douglas DC-3. As of 2017 this museum is closed.

Airlines formerly flying to the airport include Aus-Air, Brindabella Airlines, Hazelton Airlines, and Regional Express Airlines.


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  1. ^ a b YLTV – Latrobe Valley (PDF). AIP En Route Supplement from Airservices Australia, effective 28 February 2019, Aeronautical Chart[permanent dead link]

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