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COVID-19 INFORMATION

Darwin International Airport continues to remain open.
Passengers are advised that there will be limited access to purchase food and beverage at the terminal during this time.
The terminal will continue to be deep cleaned frequently and passengers are asked to wear face masks, maintain 1.5m social distancing and make use of the hand sanitisation stations.
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Specific queries regarding your flights should be directed to the airlines and queries regarding the covid lockdown directed to the NTG Hotline - 1800 193 111 or visit - coronavirus.nt.gov.au

 

NT Health has mandated the use of Face Masks in all Territory airports and Face Masks must be worn at all times in the terminal.

Our priority is the wellbeing and safety of everyone passing through or working at our airport.

For information about the Government's COVID-19 response go to https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au (link is external) or call this number 1800 193 111 for more information about the lockdown arrangements.

For specific information about how NT Airports is managing COVID-19 visit - COVID-19 Passenger Information

Project Eldon

Roadworks at Darwin International Airport commenced on Tuesday 15 June and will include roundabout construction, road realignment and the removal of some trees.
 
The upgrades will improve safety for all road users and be completed across a number of stages.
 
Access to Darwin International Airport and all businesses in the precinct will remain open for the duration of the project.

Trees removed will be transplanted where possible or replaced with natives.
 
Road users are asked to follow all traffic signs during construction.
 
The project is expected to be completed in December 2021.

View the DIA Road Upgrade Map

 

Will these roadworks add extra travel time to the airport?
  • The roadworks are focussed on improving access and safety
  • This is a well planned and staged project and all road users and stakeholder will be given notice of any expected impacts to travel time
Why is ADG doing works on a perfectly good road
  • ADG is undertaking these works to improve the safety of all road users and the capacity of the road
  • ADG has consulted with a range of stakeholders and will continue to keep stakeholders informed for the duration of the project
Could these roadworks cause accidents or impact airside access?
  • Maintaining airside access will continue to be a priority
  • Access to Darwin International Airport and all business located on the airport precinct will be maintained for the duration of the project
  • ADG will continue to inform and consult with emergency services and all key stakeholders throughout the project
  • This project aims to improve safety for all road users
These roadworks are very close to Rapid Creek, what measures are being taken to ensure this significant area is not impacted?
  • The project has been fully scoped and will be managed by ADG with experienced contractors
  • The project will not impact Rapid Creek
  • ADG takes our commitment to protecting the environment around all our airports very seriously, we are custodians of the land and want to ensure it is protected
  • Stakeholders will be informed and updated throughout all stages of the project
Why are well established trees being removed?
  • Removing any tree is always a decision of last resort and we do not make this decision lightly
  • We will be replant trees where possible and replacing any trees removed with drought tolerant natives.