About Wagga Wagga Airport

Wagga Wagga boasts one of the busiest regional airports in New South Wales, with over 120 flights between Wagga Wagga, Sydney and Melbourne each week, carrying approximately 225,000 passengers annually. The airport is a growing hub for commerce, employment, education and training in the aviation industry.

The airport currently supports two commercial airlines in QantasLink and Regional Express (Rex). The airport also supports multiple businesses based within the Commercial precinct at the airport such as  Rex's heavy maintenance facility, the Australian Airline Pilot Academy (AAPA), Wagga Air Centre, Encore Aviation, Regional Aviation Services and Wagga Bike Tyres. The airport can facilitate a wide range of aviation needs from regular public transport, 24-hour refuelling facilities, pilot training and aircraft maintenance. For private aircraft owners the airport can accommodate light aircraft hangars in the new purpose built Light Aircraft Precinct, with excellent taxiway and runway access.

The airport is Commonwealth (RAAF) owned, the civil side was leased by Wagga Wagga City Council in 1992 for 30 years. The airport covers an area of approximately 500 acres (202 hectares).

Fees & Charges

Airport Charges

To view the current Airport fees and charges please click the link below:

Wagga Wagga City Council Fees and Charges