Albury Airport

Located 5 kilometres from the city’s businesses, the city of Albury owns and runs its own airport, Albury Airport. Seeing roughly 200 flights in seven days’ time and more than 300,000 passengers yearly, it is one of the busiest airports in Regional NSW and serves Wodonga, Victoria in addition to Albury.

Albury Airport offers services to and from Sydney and Melbourne. Qantaslink and Virgin Blue Airlines fly in and out of Sydney, while Regional Express travels back and forth from Melbourne as well as Sydney. The airport offers smartair charter services upon request. Several types of non-commercial aircraft also utilise the services of Albury Airport, including freight shipments, agricultural shipments and general aviation aircraft.

Albury Airport offers general or covered parking in a secure environment. If you are simply dropping off or picking up a passenger, there is no need to worry about parking fees, as the first 30 minutes are free. However, charges do apply after the first half hour. You can also find taxi services just outside of the main doors.

If you have some time before your flight departs, be sure to check out the Uiver Cafe. You will find that the cafe’s walls are home to a mural of Uiver. Uiver was a DC2 Airliner that belonged to the Dutch. It was rescued by the citizens of Albury in 1934 during the air race between London, England and Melbourne.

Albury Airport is open daily from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. You can find the baggage carousels on the ground floor in the Arrivals Hall.