Airport Member Directory

The Australian Airports Association (AAA) represents the interests of more than 346 airports and aerodromes right across the nation.

We are a coherent, cohesive, consistent and vital voice advocating to government and other relevant organisations for better outcomes for our industry and the thousands of people who rely on it every day.

Below is a full and comprehensive list of the AAA’s 2022/23 airport members.

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Brisbane Airport Corporation Pty Ltd


Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC), the operator of Brisbane Airport (BNE), proudly takes on the challenge of connecting Australia to the rest of the world everyday and building a place where our community can work and play.

We are creating Queensland’s future, helping employ thousands of people and fostering cultural and economic growth, contributing more than $4 billion annually to the state’s economy.

In connecting the world and creating the future, our customers, community, employees and shareholders take centre stage:

Community: what we do impacts our region – and vice versa. By focusing on balancing the benefits of our airport (connecting people and boosting our economy) with the challenges (the impact of growth on our neighbours), we earn our licence to grow. An open and honest relationship with our community is key.

Customers: without our customers we wouldn’t be where we are today. By creating and innovating with them in mind, our services can be better, safer, more sustainable and future focused.

Employees: their passion for building the future of BAC is the fuel in our engine.

Shareholders: our shareholders believe in us and want us to succeed. By creating value for our employees, customers, and community, we create sustainable value for our shareholders as well.

Please refer to our website:

11 The Circuit, Skygate, Brisbane Airport QLD 4008
Gert-Jan de Graaff CEO +61 07 3406 3034

Moorabbin Airport Corporation Pty Ltd

Moorabbin Airport

Moorabbin Airport is a 294 hectare site, located 21 kilometres south east of Melbourne’s CBD. With close to 300 000 aircraft movements each year, Moorabbin Airport is the second busiest airport in Australia.

Moorabbin Airport is Australia’s leading general aviation flight training airport located in the south-east of Melbourne. The airport is home to a range of general aviation activities including flying training, fight charter, aviation maintenance, general and recreation aviation operations.

The airport has a thriving non-aviation commercial centre with a vast array of retail options, including Kingston Central Plaza and the Direct Factory Outlet (DFO) which provide employment for many local residents. Chifley Business Park is an architecturally designed campus style business park located on the north and south eastern precincts featuring modern industrial facilities and commercial office spaces maximising natural light, undercover parking and an onsite child care centre.

Moorabbin Airport Corporation Pty Ltd (MAC) purchased a long term lease on the site from the Commonwealth Government in 1998. MAC is wholly owned by Goodman, a publicly listed integrated commercial and industrial property group that owns, develops and manages real estate including warehouses, large scale logistics facilities, business parks and offices globally.

Major Infrastructure projects proposed over the next five years are major ruwnay lighting upgrade, new hangars, runway reseals ad rotary precinct improvements.

66 Bundora Parade Moorabbin Airport VIC 3194
+61 3 8587 8000

Port Hedland International Airport

Strategically located, central in Australia’s North West, Port Hedland International Airport (PHIA) is the only International Airport in the Pilbara and a direct link to the world’s largest iron ore export port with geographic proximity to major oil and gas fields from the Exmouth to Browse.

The Airport welcomes more than 400,000 passengers and hundreds of international aircraft movements (charters, medivacs, fuel stops and diversions) each year with established passenger services to Denpasar – Bali, Brisbane and Perth.

PHIA is a designated Australian first-point-of-entry with Border Force and biosecurity operations.

The Airport is home to domestic and international freight operators, a certified international cargo terminal operator (CTO) and regularly handles the world’s largest aircraft such as the Antonov 124 with oversize, time-critical freight movements for the resources sector. PHIA has an established Heliport positioned for the Dorado field with simultaneous parking and ground-handling for up to six helicopters. A dedicated passenger facility can process four helicopters an hour with screening. The heliport is a 2-min walk from the main passenger terminal with multiple daily connections to Perth.

PHIA’s on-site supply chain resources include; refuelling, aviation rescue firefighting, charter operators, a passenger flight network connecting the Kimberley and Pilbara regions, transient worker accommodation and the Royal Flying Doctor Service superbase. Extensive acreage is available for lease, this includes the 30ha Airport Industrial Park with the only RAV-10 rated, quad road-train access from the Great Northern Highway in Port Hedland. The bulky goods precinct offers unlimited development opportunities, flexible leasing and unique benefits for fast-tracked logistics, supply chain and heavy transport infrastructure. Major airport redevelopment is ongoing to improve safety, security, flexibility and capability.

The PHIA Group of Companies (PHIA Group) is the lessee and operator of the Port Hedland International Airport. PHIA Group’s underlying investors, managed by AMP Capital and Infrastructure Capital Group, are preeminent Australian infrastructure investors.

Significant upgrades to lighting, aprons and pavements were completed in 2019. This included a second taxiway and an asphalt overlay of the runway. Commenced in 2020 the major redevelopment moved landside, including underground civil infrastructure, and major CCTV, parking and ground transport construction in preparation for transformation of the passenger terminal.

Great Northern Highway Port Hedland WA 6721
Duty Airport Operations Officer +61 417 108 850

Shellharbour City Council

Shellharbour Airport (previously known as Wollongong Aerodrome)

The airport was originally constructed as a RAAF training facility during World War II. After the war, the airport continued general aviation operations including regular public transport and civilian pilot training. 1960 – 1990 This period saw great change and development within the airport.

Various charter and regular services, training and maintenance facilities operated, including the NSW Health operated helicopter rescue service. HM Queen Elizabeth II also visited the airport in 1970 as part of her tour of Australia!

In 1960, Council was granted permissive occupancy of the aerodrome and in 1962 the ownership was transferred under the Commonwealth Aerodrome Local Ownership Plan, however, the Commonwealth Government withdrew in 1990 and Council became solely responsible for the operations of the aerodrome. 1991 – now In 1998 the current terminal was built. In 2000, the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society commenced development of their hangar and museum, exhibiting some of the oldest operating aircraft in the world. In 2005 major redevelopments took place; the main runway was upgraded to allow larger aircraft and the security system updated.

In 2009, the NSW Rural Fire Service completed the construction of their nearby Regional Control Centre, acting as the Emergency Control Centre for the region and complementing the emergency services that operate within the airport.

In 2019 Council announced $15.97 million funding from the NSW Government’s Growing Local Economies program, as part of the Regional Growth Fund, for additions and upgrades to the airport, which will now be known as Shellharbour Airport. The grant will fund the development including the construction of a new passenger terminal building, aviation business park and upgrades to short and long-term car parks.

44 Airport Rd Albion Park Rail NSW 2527
Airport Duty Officer 0421 044 153