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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.
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 NT Airports is managing COVID-19 visit - COVID-19 Passenger Information

Preparation for your flight

COVID-19 passenger information

NT Airports is closely monitoring COVID-19 and is implementing a through and responsive approach to managing this rapidly changing situation.

Our priority remains the wellbeing and safety of our staff, contractors, visitors and travellers, and we are taking all the necessary precautions to ensure our people and passengers are protected.

For more information about the NT Airports response to COVID-19 please see the below FAQ.

Before flying, we encourage you to visit coronavirus.nt.gov.au for up-to-date information on hotspots and travel requirements.

Prior to arrival, passengers from interstate will need to complete an online NT border entry form.

The terminal will remain closed to international arrivals until 3 August 2021.

We encourage everyone to follow the recommended health and travel advice.

COVID-19 FAQ

NT AIRPORTS COVID-19 FACTSHEET

Baggage

Baggage limits vary from airline to airline - please visit your carrier's website for more information.

 

Passports & Visas

Make sure passports and any necessary visas are valid before you travel. This applies to both the countries you will be visiting and any transit stops.

The relevant country embassies can give you the latest information.

Note: Many countries require your passport to be valid for at least six months upon arrival.

Smart Traveller is a useful resource to check before you travel.


Travelling with Pets

Every airline has its own arrangements for the carriage of pets. Passengers should visit their airline's website below to find out more:

For international passengers, Darwin International Airport recommends you contact your airline.