Today Jetstar have advised they will be delaying the Melbourne-Busselton passenger flights due to the closure of Western Australia’s border with Victoria. The new route will now commence on 26 June 2021. Impacted travellers will be contacted by Jetstar in the coming days. Jetstar remain committed to the route and looks forward to its
After a false start earlier this year, Busselton Margaret River Airport and Jetstar are excited to announce that starting February 2021 flight between Busselton and Melbourne will commence. The flights will operate Monday, Wednesday and Saturday with the inaugural flight on Monday 1 February 2021. Holiday makers the flights will arrive and depart Busselton
The City of Busselton has won the ‘Boosting Productivity through Infrastructure Award’ for the Busselton Margaret River Airport development. The award is one of nine categories in the National Awards for Local Government. It recognises forward thinking local governments that contribute to the Australian Government's plan to invest in modern infrastructure to boost productivity.
Today Jetstar have confirmed they will not be launching the Melbourne-Busselton passenger flights as planned on 25 March due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. Information for affected travellers will be made available by Jetstar in due course on their website. Whilst we were excited by the prospect of welcoming our first visitors from the
Starting next year Melbourne will become a whole lot closer for south west residents with Jetstar announcing a three times weekly service from Busselton. The flights will operate Monday, Wednesday and Saturday with the inaugural flight on 25 March 2020. In a massive win for holiday makers the flights will arrive and depart Busselton in
It has been amazing year of publicity for the region with numerous major publications acknowledging the region’s wonderful attractions. First in January the New York Times declared the Margaret River region as Australia’s next hot place. "The region has all the elements needed to draw hungry (and thirsty) tourists. It is stunningly beautiful, and while
Approval obtained for airport to be used by international airlines for diversions Busselton Margaret River Airport’s bid to become a designated Alternate International Airport has been successful after its application was approved by the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities.The approval has the potential to deliver significant benefits to international airlines flying to
Busselton Margaret River Airport received the “Airport Innovation and Excellence Award for Infrastructure Development – Regional Airport” for its airside and landside civil infrastructure project at the 2018 National Australian Airports Association (AAA) Awards held in Brisbane last night. The AAA National Airport Industry Awards celebrate and honour excellence within Australia’s airport industry. The awards