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Adelaide Airport PROMOTION Adelaide’s


International capacity has increased by 13.6%


Why Adelaide? Five key reasons


GROWING POPULARITY Both international and domestic visitor numbers are growing thanks to the wine, food and wildlife.


Q&A Jonathan Cheong


Head of Aviation Business Development, Adelaide Airport


THE WINE REGION More than 700 wineries across South Australia account for 80% of Australia’s premium wine production.


Adelaide Airport facts


Runways: 2 in cross


configuration, with the main one measuring 3,100m 


Terminals: 1 integrated for both domestic and international flights 


Simultaneous aircraft capacity: 27 (14 gates and aerobridges) 


International destinations: 9 (Auckland, Denpasar, Doha, Dubai,


Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Nadi, and Singapore) 


Domestic destinations: 23 


Passenger traffic: 8.1 million


(Year ending June 2017) 


Air freight facilities 


Aircraft maintenance facilities


FESTIVAL AND EVENTS South Australia has been named the country’s best festival state two years in a row.


EDUCATIONAL IMPACT


The city has six universities as well as a host of both tertiary and vocational colleges and secondary schools.


SEAFOOD Abalone, oysters, bluefin tuna, prawns and rock lobster are just some of the treats the region is known for.


Why fly to and from Adelaide? Adelaide has a stable, robust, safe and growing economy with underweight international connectivity. Most of Adelaide’s top international markets are untapped or still significantly underserved. South Australia has experienced more than two decades of uninterrupted economic growth in its diverse economy, which complements sustainable passenger demand growth and yields. South Australia has successfully raised its profile as an international leisure destination, so much so that leading travel publisher Lonely Planet ranked South Australia in its top five regions in the world to visit in 2017. South Australia offers travellers world-class wine and quality gourmet produce, diverse nature and wildlife, accessible coastal and aquatic experiences and also authentic outback Australia experiences.


Why partner with Adelaide Airport? Adelaide Airport works in close partnership with all airlines, state government agencies, the freight and cargo industry and the tourism and hospitality industry, to develop sustainable air services that meet the air travel, import and export needs. Adelaide Airport offers creative types of support for airlines to kick-start its services in Adelaide. Adelaide Airport was honoured to win the Routes Asia 2017 Marketing Airport award for the best airport in the 4 to 20 million passengers category.


routesonline.com ROUTES NEWS 2017 ISSUE 5 47


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