Airnorth was established in 1978 and is now Australia’s second oldest airline, operating Australia’s youngest regional jet fleet. Headquartered in Darwin, Airnorth carries in excess of 350,000 passengers annually, providing extensive scheduled and charter services throughout the Northern Territory, Western Australia, Queensland and Southeast Asia.
Airnorth is a full service carrier accommodating the needs of both business and leisure travellers, operating state-of-art regional jets thought its interstate and international network and providing passengers with complimentary catering and a free baggage allowance.
The airline operates and maintains a fleet of 13 aircraft, which include 4 x Embraer E 170 Jets, 6 x Embraer Brasilia EMB120’s and 3 x Fairchild Metroliner 23’s.
The airline operates over 200 scheduled Regular Public Transport (RPT) departures weekly, serving 17 destinations in the Northern Territory, Western Australia, Queensland and Timor-Leste including:
Passengers can also earn and redeem Qantas Frequent Flyer points on all Airnorth scheduled services. Airnorth, through its partnership with Qantas Airways, offer seamless connectivity including through check in and interline baggage facilities, with Qantas code sharing on the majority of Airnorth’s Jet services.
Airnorth also provides charter services for government, defence, mining and corporate clients. Airnorth operates regular charter services to a number of destinations including Argyle and Truscott in Western Australia, The Granites, Groote Eylandt and McArthur River Mine in the Northern Territory and to Dili in Timor-Leste.
Airnorth has been operating for over 36 years across Australasia.
Airnorth’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr Michael Bridge, is actively involved on the Board of the RAAA.