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Australia's Powder Restrictions

From 30 June 2018, people travelling internationally will notice some changes to how they are screened in Australia. Passengers will be required to present all powders in their carry-on baggage separately for screening. There will be quantity restrictions on some types of powders but most common powders remain unrestricted. Click here for further information and Check the TravelSECURE website before you travel.

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12 July 2018

$4.8 million for Darwin International Airport Freight Hub

Trade and Freight opportunities for the Northern Territory is set to get a massive boost with $4.8million for a Freight and Training Hub under the Building Better Regions Fund .

02 July 2018

Air freight talks set to open up new opportunities for Territory businesses

Darwin International Airport in association with Department of Primary Industries & Resources will host Darwin's first air freight seminar on Monday 2 July 2018.

28 June 2018

NTA Market Report June 2018

Quarterly Highlights Silkair's new B737MAX commenced services to Darwin, becoming the first airline to serve Australia with the new Boeing variant . Silkair flight frequency for this quarter is up...

30 May 2018

Touchdown: Darwin Welcomes Inaugural Donghai Flight

The first non-stop Donghai Airlines flight touches down in Darwin, direct from Shenzhen, China. Click here to read the NT Government media release

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