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COVID-19 INFORMATION

Darwin International Airport remains open, with the wearing of face masks remaining mandatory.

Social distancing and hand hygiene are recommended.

 

Please click here for up to date arrivals and here for departures.
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 Airport Development Group is managing COVID-19 visit - COVID-19 Passenger Information

Newsroom

03 September 2020

Darwin Aviation Training Academy Feasibility Report released

A feasibility report for a proposed aviation training academy in Darwin was released to the public today, and launched at an industry event at Darwin Airport’s Catalina Lounge on Wednesday afternoon. See joint...

21 August 2020

Airport Development Group welcomes increased Jetstar flights between Darwin and Brisbane

Jetstar Australia has commenced six flights per week between Darwin and Brisbane from Wednesday 19 August, signalling renewed confidence for the domestic tourist market in the Northern Territory and Queensland. See...

11 June 2020

Community spirit at the heart of Darwin Airport’s drive-in cinema event

Darwin International Airport is transforming its Short Stay car park into a drive-in cinema for a unique dry season event, in partnership with Deckchair Cinema and Foodbank NT. The drive-in will be held on Friday 26 and...

11 June 2020

Darwin International Airport’s impressive new facility partners with local and national export specialists

A joint venture between local and national exporters and Darwin International Airport’s $15 million multipurpose training, freight and cold storage facility was announced today. National export specialist Pakfresh...

01 May 2020

Media statement regarding ADF charter flight

Airport Development Group has been advised that four passengers on board an Australian Defence Force charter flight that landed at Darwin International Airport this morning may have tested positive for COVID-19. The...

23 April 2020

Salty Plum Café pops up at Darwin International Airport

Beginning this week, Darwin owned and operated Salty Plum Café will be popping up at Darwin International Airport to provide passengers, airport and precinct staff with a taste of the Territory’s food and...

24 March 2020

Media Statement

Airport Development Group is working closely with the Northern Territory Government, Australian Federal Police and Northern Territory Police on implementing the new border restrictions and requirements for travellers...

18 March 2020

Airport Development Group media statement regarding Silver Spirit passengers

Airport Development Group understands that the cruise ship Silver Spirit arrived at Darwin Port this morning with 447 Australian citizens or permanent residents on board. The passengers who are Australian citizens and...

18 March 2020

Airport Development Group COVID-19 response

Airport Development Group is closely monitoring COVID-19 and our priority is the safety and wellbeing of staff, passengers and visitors to our terminals. Our immediate focus during this unprecedented and rapidly...

17 December 2019

Longstanding Airport Development Group's CEO to retire in March 2020

The longstanding Chief Executive Officer of Airport Development Group, Ian Kew, today announced his retirement, which will be effective in March 2020. This follows his service of 19 years in the role. Click here to read...

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