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Canberra Airport is currently flying to 8 domestic destinations, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast with connecting flights to Cairns, Ballina/Byron, Newcastle, POrt Macquarie, Hobart, Sydney, Adelaide, and Melbourne. Each destination, depending on the state it resides in, has different border restrictions. You may be required to gain a permit to enter the state and quarantine for 14 days at your own expense. To understand the requirements for each state, see below.



COVID-19 Border information

Domestic flight Information
To make changes or get specific information about flight bookings, contact your airline or travel agent directly. For airline contact details, click here.

International Travel Information
The Australian Government announced that Australian citizens are banned from travelling overseas from 25 March 2020 at 1200hrs AEDST. All International from Canberra Airport from 20 March 2020 have been cancelled. For information regarding exemption applications and entry to Australia, click here.
Passengers from New Zealand will be able to travel to Australia, quarantine-free, from Friday 16 October.

At the Airport
Please be advised updated trading hours for all airport retail outlets and Visit Canberra Information booth:
• City Hill Coffee – City Hill is open 1 hour prior to the first flight and closes after the last departure, Monday through to Sunday. Hours may vary depending on the flight schedule.
• news@CBR – Trading Monday – Friday 7:30am – 6pm
• Go! Convenience – Monday – Friday 7:30am – 2pm

Visit Canberra information booth is open:
Monday 4pm-7pm
Thursday 4pm -7pm
Friday 3pm -7pm
Sunday 4pm – 7pm

Taxi’s, ride share, rental car providers and public buses remain business as usual during this time. To book your transport; visit our transport page for details.

What you can do to reduce the spread of COVID-19?
We would encourage all passengers to follow the hygiene recommendations from the Department of Health which include. For more information, click here.

Safe Domestic flying protocol

The Australian aviation industry has developed a Domestic Passenger Journey Protocol to provide clear and consistent guidance regarding risk-minimisation principles and processes in domestic airports and on aircraft for domestic passenger travel.
This Protocol will provide guidance for industry members and confidence to the travelling public as domestic air travel increases with the reduction in COVID-19 related restrictions on travel.

To view the protocol, click here.

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