Adelaide Airport is an international airport in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Its IATA code is ADL and is located latitude -34.95 and longitude 138.53 in Australia and operates in ACDT time zone.
It has 40 scheduled arrival routes within Australia and 13 international scheduled routes. Adelaide Airport tipically handles 7,699,159 passengers per year, ranking as the 5th busiest airport in Australia.
It has 2 runways that allow night landings, and can handle virtually any type of aircraft such as oversized jumbo jets commercial jumbo jets and long haul transport aircraft. It regularly services large turboprop commuters, short and medium haul transport aircraft. It can support single engine aircraft, light twins, most business jets and commuter aircraft.
|05/23||10171 ft / 3100 m||148 ft / 45 m||ASP||Yes|
|12/30||5420 ft / 1652 m||148 ft / 45 m||ASP||Yes|
Most Popular Departures From ADL
|Sydney||Sydney International Airport (SYD)|
|Brisbane||Brisbane Airport (BNE)|
|Melbourne||Melbourne Airport (MEL)|
|Canberra||Canberra International Airport (CBR)|
|Perth||Perth Airport (PER)|
|Darwin||Darwin International Airport (DRW)|
|Port Lincoln||Port Lincoln Airport (PLO)|
|Gold Coast||Gold Coast Airport (OOL)|
|Kuala Lumpur||Sepang/KL International Airport (KUL)|
|Alice Springs||Alice Springs Airport (ASP)|
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