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Kingston Airport South Australia

The Kingston Airport in South Australia is located at the northern boundary of the Kingston township.

The airport in Kingston opens up travel to this quaint town. The airport plays a key role in connecting the town by making flights accessible to and from Kingston; handling regional flights to a number of destinations; including Adelaide and Mount Gambier.

Kingston South East is a historic port that is now a holiday destination famous for its lobsters. It is the home of the Larry the Big Lobster, a genuinely famous and well known “Big Thing”. It is also, because of its location on Lacepede Bay, a town known for its safe beaches and outstanding national parks both of which are home to seals, dolphins and sea lions.

Elevation
8
Area Forecast
50
Strip Direction
02 / 20 : 10 / 28
GPS Position
36° 4912 S
139° 5212 E
ALA Code
YKIG
Strip Length
1100 : 710
WAC Chart
3469
FIA
Melb Centre 125.8 Circuit area
Strip Surface
Sealed : Natural
Owner / Operator
Kingston District Council
(08) 8767 2033
ARO 0427 799 371
Windsock
ASIC Security / Vis Vest
No
Fuel
No
Distance to Town
Lighting
PAL 119.6
Aircraft Parking
Transport
Landing Fees
Special Procedures and Comments: CTAF 126.8

No GA take off or landings without prior approval.

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