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Bundaberg Airport

Bundaberg Airport

The Bundaberg City Council owns and operates the Bundaberg Airport.

Visitors to Bundaberg arriving by air are greeted by the Air Terminal's clean and modern lines. More than 50 000 people pass through the terminal annually. Services to and from major centres and the Coral Isles leave daily as well as very popular local scenic flights.

The Bundaberg City Council has rentable land available for the construction of hangers. If you have any aviation industry related inquiries please direct them to the Corporate Services Department of the Bundaberg City Council.

The Bundaberg Airport will be home again to the biggest airshow in Queensland as it returns to our skies from 16th-17th July, 2005. The air show will include displays by formation aerobatic teams, military helicopters and jets, individual warbirds and much much more.

Bundaberg is serviced several times daily by regular Airline transport from Brisbane Airport, with the flight time approximately one hour. Lady Elliot Island pictured, is the only coral island on the great barrier reef with an airstrip. It's just a 25 minutes scenic flight from Bundaberg. Fly there or stay longer at the resort for a totally relaxing holiday.

Historical Note

Officially opened by the Minister for Customers, Hon. F.M. Forde, M.H.R. On Saturday, December 12th 1931. Late 1940 it was decided to develop the Bundaberg Aerodrome as a RAAF Flying Training School.

The Airport was used as a base for pilot training and for active missions against Japanese forces from 1941 to 1946 and catered for more than 1,000 service personnel. Department of Civil Aviation assumed full responsibility for Bundaberg Aerodrome on 31st July 1946. June 1967 the Dpt. Civil Aviation was raising the question of "Local Ownership". January 1974 Bundaberg City Council was still in strong opposition to "Local Ownership" of the Aerodrome.

July 1977 the grass runway was shortened by 448 metres and the main bitumen runway was narrowed from 150 to 100 feet.

June 1983 saw the Bundaberg City Council Unanimously adopt a resolution to take over ownership of the Bundaberg Aerodrome. (9th May 1986 the Hon. Peter Morris, MHR, Federal Minister of Aviation, officially opened the new terminal.

Bundaberg Airport Operator: Bundaberg City Council

Address:
PO Box 538
Bundaberg QLD 4670
Australia

Phone: +61 7 41524588

URL: Bundaberg Airport


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General Info
Country Australia
ICAO ID YBUD
Time UTC+10
Latitude -24.903889
24° 54' 14.00" S
Longitude 152.318611
152° 19' 07.00" E
Elevation 107 feet
33 meters
Magnetic Variation 010° E (01/04)
Beacon Yes
Operating Agency CIVIL GOVERNMENT, (LANDING FEES AND DIPLOMATIC CLEARANCE MAY BE REQUIRED)


Communications
UNICOM COLLEGE OPS
OPR HS
126.9
MTAF 126.9
BRISBANE CNTR 124.1
Communications Remarks  
FSS (on gnd)


Runways
ID Dimensions Surface PCN ILS
07/25 3701 x 98 feet
1128 x 30 meters
CLAY - NO
14/32 5030 x 98 feet
1533 x 30 meters
ASPHALT 015FCZT NO


Navaids
Type ID Name Channel Freq Distance From Field Bearing From Navaid
NDB BUD BUNDABERG - 266 At Field -


Supplies/Equipment
Fuel Jet A1, without icing nhibitor.

100/130 MIL Spec, low lead, aviation gasoline (BLUE)
Other Fluids WAI, Water-Alcohol Injection Type, Thrust Augmenation-Jet Aircraft


Remarks
CAUTION Ultralgt OPS wi 1 NM rad Booyan (14 NM NW Bundaberg) not abv 1000'. Animal haz.
FUEL Avbl 2000-0700Z Mon-Sat, 2200-0700Z Sun. OT fone C07 41551061. (NC-100LL, A1).
LGT ACTIVATE- Rwy 14-32-119.6 for T-VASIS SR-SS only.
MISC Ldg fees.

Runway 07/25

3701 x 98 feet
1128 x 30 meters



Runway 07
Surface CLAY
True Heading 069.0
Latitude -24.906356
24° 54' 22.88" S
Longitude 152.313794
152° 18' 49.66" E
Elevation 107.0 feet
33 meters
Slope -0.2°
Landing Distance 3701 feet
1128 meters
Takeoff Distance 3701 feet
1128 meters

Runway 25
Surface CLAY
True Heading 249.0
Latitude -24.902678
24° 54' 09.64" S
Longitude 152.324208
152° 19' 27.15" E
Elevation 101.0 feet
31 meters
Slope 0.2°
Landing Distance 3701 feet
1128 meters
Takeoff Distance 3701 feet
1128 meters

Runway 14/32

5030 x 98 feet
1533 x 30 meters



Runway 14
Surface ASPHALT
True Heading 148.0
Latitude -24.896544
24° 53' 47.56" S
Longitude 152.316731
152° 19' 00.23" E
Elevation 101.0 feet
31 meters
Slope 0.0°
Landing Distance 4701 feet
1433 meters
Takeoff Distance 5230 feet
1594 meters
Displaced Threshold Length 329 feet
100 meters
Overrun Length 200 feet
61 meters
Overrun Surface GRADED OR ROLLED EARTH, GRASS ON GRADED EARTH.
Lighting System PCL
LIRL
VA

Runway 32
Surface ASPHALT
True Heading 328.0
Latitude -24.908222
24° 54' 29.60" S
Longitude 152.324817
152° 19' 29.34" E
Elevation 101.0 feet
31 meters
Slope 0.0°
Landing Distance 5030 feet
1533 meters
Takeoff Distance 5230 feet
1594 meters
Overrun Length 200 feet
61 meters
Overrun Surface GRADED OR ROLLED EARTH, GRASS ON GRADED EARTH.
Lighting System PCL
LIRL
VA

Navaids



BUNDABERG
Type ID Channel Freq Country State
NDB BUD - 266 Australia -
Latitude Longitude Airport
-24.896667
24° 53' 48.00" S
152.320556
152° 19' 14.00" E
YBUD


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