Kalgoorlie-Boulder is the Gold Capital of Australia and the largest outback city.
The largest passenger market for the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport is the mining sector. This segment has witnessed stability and growth in recent years.
You can promote your business by advertising in the main terminal on overhead illuminated billboards and light boxes.
For more information for advertising at the Airport please contact the:
T: +61 (8) 9021 9600
Freight operators at the airport include:
Sites for hangar development with landside access are available. For more information please contact the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport.
The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport Master Plan provides a planning framework for future development to enable long-term operational objectives to be met. This Master Plan is the third review since its release in September 1991 and has been prepared after consultation with airport stakeholders and representatives of the business community. Read the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport Master Plan here.
The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport is committed to on-going development opportunities for business relationships.
Both landside and airside areas are available for aviation-related development. For more information please contact the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport.
Policies and Procedures
Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport is committed to the safety of all employees, contractors and sub-contractors working on the airport. To ensure a safe and secure culture, policies and procedures are have been implemented at the airport.
All airport policies can be found here.
The Civil Aviation Safety Regulations (CASR) Part 99 requires all regular Safety Sensitive Aviation Activities (SSAA) (as defined), which include all work airside at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport, to comply with the airport’s Drug and Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP) or with that of another organisation due to contractual arrangements.
A regular SSAA employee means a person who will perform a SSAA on at least 2 or more occasions every 90 days.
Tel: +61 (8) 9093 3436