Flights Darwin

Darwin International Airport(DRW) is 13 km north-east of the city centre. There are direct flights to most Australian state capitals, Northern Territory destinations, and destinations in northern Western Australia, plus direct international flights to Bali, Singapore and elsewhere. More information Darwin: Under pricing tables. Type into search engine. destination: DRW. In origin: your city/country – Tap search & then, adjust prices, passenger, direct, stops, cheap, luxury, airlines can be altered. It’s a free search that will give the latest flight pricing.

Darwin, Northern Territoy, Australia.

Jetstar offer direct flights to Darwin to and from Singapore, and flying from Asia or Europe to the eastern Australian capitals via Darwin is practical, and will often cost no more than flying direct. Darwin also has international flights to Bali, Saigon, and East Timor. The following airlines also fly into Darwin. Air Asia (From Bali), Qantas and Virgin Blue (Anywhere in Australia), Tiger Airlines (Brisbane), Malaysia Airlines (Kuala Lumpur), Air North (Northern Australia and East Timor) Silk Airlines (Singapore) and Philippines Airlines (Manila)

Darwin is easily accessible from most major Australian cities by several domestic carriers.

There is an airport shuttle bus, which meets all flights 24 hours, and taxis are available.

There are limited public transport services to the airport. Bus 3 has two deviations (c) and (d) which service Charles Eaton Drive and Henry Wrigley Drive. Bus 3(c) services run at three times between 6:25 and 8:05AM, one at 12:30PM Mon-Fri. Bus 3(d) services run at three times between 3:55 and 5:20PM Mon-Fri. If you are travelling outside these times, it is still possible to catch bus 3, get off just after stop C (Jingili shops) just before the bus turns down Scales St, and walk the 2 km down Henry Wrigley Drive to the Airport. Allow 30mins to walk there. Once you check in at the airport and go through security, there are free (hot) showers upstairs (turn right at the top of the escalators) to freshen up after your walk. Bus 3 is a circuit service starting and finishing at Casuarina Interchange (so you could also use this service to get from the airport to town). If you are travelling from the Darwin city centre, bus 10 operates from Darwin Interchange to Casuarina Interchange where you can then catch bus 3 to the airport. For detailed timetable information and fares, refer to the Darwin public transport website.

  • Darwin International Airport(DRW) is 13 km north-east of the city centre. There are direct flights to most Australian state capitals, Northern Territory destinations, and destinations in northern Western Australia, plus direct international flights to Bali, Singapore and elsewhere.
  • Chartair offer specialised travel services to suit your needs. They have bases in Darwin, Katherine, Borroloola, Tennant Creek and Alice Springs. Prices range from $500 to $20,000. Check their website for more details or call +61 8 8952-6666
  • Regional Link is a newly formed division of the NT aviation services company Capiteq Limited, whose other airline subsidiary is Airnorth. Regional Link offers numerous flights into Darwin from regional areas including Broome, Kununurra, Gove, Groote Eylandt, Granites, Maningrida and McArthur River. Regional Link also operates one flight a week from Perth via Kununurra.

Darwin, a small yet cosmopolitan city, is the tropical capital city of the Northern Territory. People from more than 50 nations make up its population of 110,000. It is located on the Northern Territory coast (in north-central Australia), with the Timor Sea (a branch of the Indian Ocean) to the west, and the Arafura Sea to the north in Indonesian waters.

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