Airlines which include ADELAIDE in their network.
Listed underneath the name of the airline are the destinations to which the airline flies - domestic flights by direct route only, and the aircraft types which usually operate those services.
Rex (Regional Express)
Broken Hill, Ceduna, Coober Pedy, Kingscote (Kangaroo Island), Mount Gambier,
Port Lincoln, Whyalla (Saab 340)
O'Connor Airlines QANTAS FREQUENT FLYER
Mildura, Mount Gambier, Port Augusta
Qantas ONE WORLD including Qantaslink
Alice Springs, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney
(B737) Kendell (now Rex) Saab 340 (VH-EKD) at Port Lincoln
Airport 29 Nov 1999
Qantaslink to Canberra, Kalgoorlie, Melbourne, Port Lincoln (Q400/Bae146)
Jetstar (100% owned by Qantas)
Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Sunshine Coast, Sydney, (A320)
Brisbane, Broome, Canberra, Gold Coast, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney (B737/E-190)
Virgin Blue B737-400 VH-VGA at Adelaide Airport, International Terminal,
10 Mar 2002 with tail of Malaysian Airlines B747 in background.
Zealand STAR ALLIANCE
Auckland – 6 or 7 flights a week (daily during summer) (A320)
Cathay Pacific ONE WORLD
Hong Kong – Daily (A330)
Kuala Lumpur – Daily (A330)
Qantas ONE WORLD
Singapore - Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday (A330)
Singapore Airlines A340 turning onto the runway and commencing take off from Adelaide Airport - 09 April 1999 and 14 April 1999
Airlines which fly to the places in my Travel Pages
British Airways (ONE WORLD)
Lan Chile (ONE WORLD)
Lufthansa (STAR ALLIANCE)
Scandinavian Airlines System (STAR ALLIANCE)
South African Airways (STAR ALLIANCE)
Thai International Airlines (STAR ALLIANCE)
Virgin Atlantic (49% owned by Singapore Airlines)
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Below are pictures of some planes, from both Australian and international airlines, at Adelaide Airport.
They are all from the 1970's.
LEFT: A Twin Otter (DHC-6) VH-TGW of Trans Australian Airlines at Adelaide Airport in December 1972.
This aircraft operated once a fortnight Adelaide - Leigh Creek - Birdsville.
A De Havilland Dove (VH-ABM) of Central Australian Airlines
at Adelaide Airport late in 1975.
LEFT: Monarch Airlines operated
Bristol Britannia aircraft on their flights from the UK bringing
personnel to work on projects in connection with Woomera.
This picture was taken around 1971 at Adelaide Airport.
A Canadair CL44 (G-AXAA) freighter of Trans Meridian Air Cargo was one
of several flights to Adelaide by overseas airlines.
The tail of the aircraft could swing open enabling very large items to be
loaded/unloaded. This picture was taken about 1971.
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