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Alice Springs Airport
Alice Springs Airport is a Northern Territory regional airport. It is approximately 7 nautical miles, or 13 km, south of Alice Springs. It is owned by the Northern Territory Airports Pty., Ltd. And operated by the Alice Springs Airport Pty., Ltd. With two runways, it can accommodate a Boeing 777 landing, but not a fully laden takeoff, due to restrictions in place because of high temperatures and runway length. Revenue passengers in 2010 to 2011 number nearly 641,000. The airport is Australia’s 18th busiest. 1921 saw the first aircraft land at the airport, which at that time was located in the Alice Springs township. From about 1939 on, Connellan Airways was based at the airport. With the advent of military buildup, a large facility was needed to handle the heavier aircraft. The new airport was built, and the old one is now the home of the Central Australian Aviation Museum. The Australian Department of Defence built Seven Mile Aerodrome in 1940 for the RAAF and the United States Air Force, for the purpose of bringing supplies and troops to northern Australia. Although civilian aircraft were allowed, it was primarily a military staging facility until after the war.
Twelve sections make up the 223-kilometre trail through the West MacDonnell Ranges near Alice Springs Airport. Any of the trailheads can be accessed by four-wheel drive vehicle, so you can choose from a trail to Simpsons Gap or Ellery Creek Big Hole. Walk through gorgeous terrain to Orniston Gorge and Glen Helen. Camp under the stars at sites with picnic tables, water, and sometimes free gas barbecues. Guided tours are available, if you prefer to not tackle these treks on your own.
To Market to Market
So many markets and events near Alice Springs Airport, and so little time. Todd Mall has Sunday Market Days. Enjoy a delightful lunch then stroll from vendor to vendor to see art, crafts, jewelry, souvenirs, and so much more. Watch colourful entertainers beguile you with their music and skits. Market hours vary by season, but Sundays won’t ever be the same, once you’ve experienced this venue.