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Choose cheap Any Airport Car Hire Darwin Airport. Our cars help you to keep safe and dry if there is bad weather. Darwin experiences tropical wet seasons and occasional cyclones. In fact Cyclone Tracy wiped out much of the city in 1974. Located 13 kms north of the city centre Darwin Airport is easily accessible by automobile. This international airport has the code DRW.

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Cheap Car Rental Darwin DRW

Car Rental Darwin is as easy to find as the airport itself. When you come out of this medium sized terminal you will see our car rental offices and representatives who can set you up with a vehicle. To save yourself time you should book in advance of your trip. During the school holidays our rental fleets are always depleted and you may not get the car you want unless you have pre booked.

Darwin Airport Information

Darwin Airport serves Darwin and is the busiest airport in the Northern Territory. It has flights to both domestic and foreign places. Domestically there are flights to Broome, Bathurst Island, Cairns, Elcho Island, Gold Coast, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Alice Springs Sydney, Gove, Groote Eylandt, Kununurra, Maningrida, McArthur River and Perth. Jetstar Airways, Airnorth, Qantas Link, Virgin Blue, Vincent Aviation and Sky West all fly from Darwin Airport to other parts of Australia. Internationally Jetstar Airways flies to Denpasar and Bali, Ho Chi Minh City, and Singapore while Airnorth goes to Dili. Jetstar Airways is looking to develop

Darwin Airport as a hub for its trips to Asia. Darwin Airport deals with something in the region of 1,813,000 passengers on an annual basis and handles large aircraft such as the Boeing 747and the airbus 319. Having car hire is recommended in the Northern Territories as Darwin is a very remote part of the world. Bearing that in mind you should always be wary of animals when driving such as kangaroos which can cause accidents in they are in the roads. Because of that night driving in remote areas should be avoided where possible.

As the number of passengers at continues to rise year on year, the Australian Infrastructure Fund (AIX) may make a $60 million investment in Darwin airport in order to increase the terminal capacity. It can be found using satellite navigation at 12.24.53 South and 130.52.36 east. It is jointly owned between the military and the public and operated by Northern Territory Airports and RAAF Darwin.


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