Moorabbin Airport

Moorabbin Airport

Moorabbin Airport (no International flights) is Australia’s third busiest airport in aircraft movements, with 250,000 activities annually.

Moorabbin Airport in Australia is the leading General Aviation Airport. It houses premier flying schools for fixed and rotary wing operations.

More than a dozen flying schools record two-thirds of all aviation operations.

Other aviation uses include air maintenance, aircraft charter, freight, and recreational flying.

Moorabbin Airport hosts over 50 aviation organizations, including over a dozen flying schools. There are also 350 helicopters and aircraft on the 294-hectare site.

Moorabbin is a major airport, so many aircraft are constantly, from vintage biplanes and training craft to sleek corporate jets.

Moorabbin is the home base for Regular Passenger Transport Operator King Island Airlines. This operator links King Island with the mainland via daily flights and carries premium crayfish, cheese, and tourists.

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