Melbourne Airport

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Melbourne Airport
Tullamarine Airport
Melbourne Airport T1 with Qantas and Jetstar jets.jpg
Melbourne Airport Terminal 1 with Qantas Boeing 737 (VH-VXR) and Jetstar aircraft
IATA: MELICAO: YMML
Summary
Airport type Public
Operator Australia Pacific Airports Corporation Limited
Serves Melbourne
Location Tullamarine
Elevation AMSL 434 ft / 132 m
Coordinates 37°40′24″S 144°50′36″E / 37.67333°S 144.84333°E / -37.67333; 144.84333
Website www.melair.com.au
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
09/27 2,286 7,500 Asphalt
16/34 3,657 11,998 Asphalt
Statistics (2006-2007)
Total Passengers 22,495,000
Intl Passengers 4,532,000
Total Movements 180,500
Domestic Movements 151,200

Melbourne Airport (IATA: MELICAO: YMML) is the second busiest airport in Australia. It is the home base for Tiger Airways Australia and Jetstar. It is also the home base for cargo airlines Australian Air Express and Toll Priority. Qantas and Virgin Blue use it as a hub. Passenger data from paxstat.[1]

References[change | edit source]

  1. "Melbourne Airport Media Release - 'Positive international and domestic passenger growth at Melbourne Airport during 2006/2007' - 23 July 2007". http://www.melbourneairport.com.au/about_airport/media_releases_item.asp?id=407. Retrieved 2007-07-31.