Mt Isa Airport in QLD is located off the Barkly Highway approximately 8km from the city. The Airport largely services the mining sector with the region considered one of the most valuable, mineral-rich areas in the world.
Mount Isa Airport is the gateway to Outback Queensland, providing a superior travel experience to its core business travellers.
In 1922, an aerodrome was constructed to the South of Mount Isa’s city centre. To allow for the expansion of Mount Isa and its mining operations, the aerodrome was relocated to its present site on 1 February 1950.
To cater for increasing light air traffic, a light aircraft taxiway and apron was completed in 1970. In 1973, further strengthening work was undertaken to cater for the B727-200 aircraft, with heavy aircraft pavements resealed in 1975 and 1987.
The current terminal was constructed in 1969 and expanded in 1989 with the construction of the departure lounge. The terminal was extensively refurbished during 2000 at which time the departure lounge was integrated into the main building. 2010 saw an investment of $13 million to do a complete runway overlay and a terminal upgrade.
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20° 3950 S
139° 2919 E
Brisb Centre 122.4 on Ground
|Owner / Operator|
Mt Isa Airport Pty Ltd
(07) 4409 3000
ARO 0428 030 409
2 – LH side of RWY 16 and 34 THR
1 – N end of TWY A
|ASIC Security / Vis Vest|
AVGAS BP Carnet card bowser
JetA1 Viva Energy
0407 967 355
(07) 4743 7211
|Distance to Town|
PAL + AFRU 126.5
PPR for GA parking from ARO
48 HR notice REQ
Hire cars at Airport
Parking and landing fees apply
|Special Procedures and Comments: CTAF 122.55|
Caution: Animal and bird hazards at all times.
Windshear on both RWY APR in windy conditions.
Operations limited to MTOW of 4000KG or less unless approved.
Model ACFT flying may take place.
Prior PPR for HEL OPS
Avoid flying over Appin township.
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