The Albany Airport WA Western Australia Australia

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Albany International Airport

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The Albany airport Albany Airport is an airport serving in Albany, Western Australia located app. 11 kilometres north-west of Albany and operated by the City of Albany. Also known as Harry Riggs Albany Regional Airport, it is the largest airport in the Great Southern Region of the Australian state of Western Australia. The IATA airport code is sometimes listed as ABA and the ICAO airport code was previously YPAL. The airport services 18 Skywest flights per week transporting over 50,000 passengers per year. The Royal Flying Doctors Service, General Charter Flights and RAAF flights are also serviced by the airport.

The airport is at an elevation of 71 m above mean sea level and has 2 runways: 14/32 with an asphalt surface measuring 1,800 by 30 metres and 05/23 with a gravel surface measuring 1,096 by 30 metres. The airport is equipped with an instrument landing system that enables all-weather capability for passenger transport. The sealed 1,800 m runway is capable of allowing a Boeing 737 aircraft to land.

General Information
Albany Airport, Albany Western Australia Australia
Contqld
+61 8 9841 7372
Runways
2 - Ashpalt & Gravel
Airport Codes
IATA:  ALH  ICAO: YABA
Time code:
GMT + 10
Terminals
1
Map Albany Airport
Coordinates 34°56.6′S 117°48.5′E
 

Airlines
Royal Flying Doctor Service
Skywest
Car Rental
Avis
Budget
King Sound Car Hire
Albany Car Rentals
Autorent Hertz

Transport
Carparking Yes
Food Yes
Transport No
Nearest City Albany

Location Albany Airport

The Albany airport is located north-west of the township of Albany Western Australia, being app. 11 kilometres away. The Albany Airport terminal was refurbished in 2007; the terminal is light and airy and from the observation deck and provides a a great view of aircraft as they arrive at the terminal. The city centre of Albany is located between the hills of Mount Melville and Mount Clarence with views to Princess Royal Harbour. There are a range of beaches surrounding Albany including Middleton Beach, Frenchman's Bay and Muttonbird Island.

Parking Albany Airport

Parking is provided at the terminal free of charge. Tavellers, who will be away for an extended period of time, should contact Albany Regional Airport management prior to departure for safety and security arrangements. A digitally recorded 24 hour surveillance system monitors the carpark and terminal.

Transport Albany Airport

Great Southern Limousines in Albany Western Australia can provide transport to seat 7 people. Albany City Cabs and Transport can provide transport to and from Albany Airport. Albany Combined Cabs Pty Ltd.

Accommodation Albany Arirport

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Albany is a city of app. 33,000 people who enjoy a superb natural environment which offers opportunities for swimming, fishing, boating, whalewatching and a host of other outdoor activities in the Australian state of Western Australia. The main industries in Albany are tourism, fishing and agriculture, although before the 1950s whaling was one of the major sources of income and employment for the population. The city offers all the services associated with a regional centre of this size. Albany is a place of significance as a tourist destination and base from which to discover the South-West of Western Australia and is well regarded for its natural beauty and preservation of heritage. The town has an important role in the Anzac legend, being the last port of call for troopships departing Australia in the First World War.

 
 
 
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