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Oodnadatta Airstrip South Australia

 

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Oodnadatta Airstrip in South Australia is an aerodrome that services the town of Oodnadatta.

It was utilised by the Royal Australian Air Force’s No. 34 Squadron to courier equipment and stores, transport troops and utilised by RAAF and United States Army Air Force fighter and bomber aircraft en route to Darwin, Northern Territory.

The airport holds the record for the hottest temperature recorded in Australia. On 2 January 1960, the temperature was recorded at 50.7 °C (123 °F).

Elevation
386
Area Forecast
52
Strip Direction
04 /22 : 13 / 31
GPS Position
27° 3336 South
135° 2642 East
ALA Code
YOOD
Strip Length
817 : 1290
WAC Chart
3343
FIA
Melbourne Centre
120.7 on Ground
Strip Surface
Gravel : Sealed
Owner/Operator
Outback Communities
Authority
(08) 8648 5970
0427 687 772
Windsock
1 – LH side RWY 31 THR
1 – LH side RWY 22 THR
1 – near APN
ASIC Security/Vis Vest
No
Fuel
Oodnadatta Roadhouse
(08) 8670 7822
AVGAS Drums
Distance to Town
0.7 NM
Lighting
Emergency only
133.1
Aircraft Parking
Yes
Transport
Landing Fees
Yes
Oodnadatta Airstrip South Australia

Special Procedures and Comments: CTAF 126.7

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OodnadattaThe Pink Roadhouse