Access information about Alice Springs Airport's conditions of use and business opportunities for airlines.

Aviation development

Alice Springs Airport connects over ½ million passenger per year with Central Australia. This makes it Australia’s largest inland airport after Canberra.

Central Australia attracts some of Australia’s highest spending holidaymakers. To deliver the authentic experiences they value, flights are accessed through desert gardens and a spacious terminal that showcases the region’s rich cultural heritage.

The airport plays a strategically important for Asia-Pacific aviation. It is a designated international alternate. During COVID, Alice Springs’ dry climate was ideal for hosting hundreds of temporarily grounded airliners, including Airbus A380s.

Contact our Aviation Development team to discuss opportunities.

Conditions of Use

Airport Development Group has amended its Conditions of Use for Darwin International, Alice Springs, and Tennant Creek Airports. 

Information relating to amendments from the current version (effective 1 January 2023) and airfield and terminal charges are accessible through a secure web portal.

To gain access to the portal, please complete this form to register.