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Airlines Serving Gold Coast Bilinga Airport

Passenger services in and out of Gold Coast Airport operate scheduled and chartered flights from the Terminal #1 except SEAIR Pacific, which has its own hangar in the general aviation area.

The following are airlines with scheduled flights and their destinations leaving from Terminal 1 at Gold Coast Airport:

Air New Zealand flies to Auckland, Christchurch. Air Asia X travels to Kuala Lumpur. Airnorth Airlines flies to Darwin, Mount Isa. Jetstar Airways has flights to Adelaide, Auckland, Cairns, Christchurch, Hobart, Melbourne, Newcastle, Osaka-Kansai, Perth, Sydney and Tokyo-Narita.

Qantas has a regular route to Sidney while Scoot Airlines flies to Singapore on a regular schedule. Tiger Airways Australia has flights to Melbourne, Sidney and Virgin Australia has regularly scheduled flights to Adelaide, Auckland, Canberra, Melbourne, and Sydney.

Air Asia X and Virgin Australia use Gold Coast Airport as a hub. The airport is a Cargo Terminal Operator (CTO) and an agent of Toll Air Express.

Toll Priority, a subsidiary of Toll Aviation, operates scheduled cargo flights from Gold Coast Airport to Ballina, Bankstown, Brisbane, and Coffs Harbour. SEAIR Pacific runs charter flights to Lady Elliot Island.

Australia Air Express moves cargo domestically using the cargo space of Jetstar Airways. The airline also transports cargo internationally using Jetstar International and Air New Zealand from Gold Coast Airport.

Same-day and overnight delivery and stand by services are offered by Australia Air Express from Gold Coast airport to airport and airport to door.

The busiest domestic routes out of Gold Coast Airport as of October 2011 are New South Wales, Sydney with 2,366,000 passengers. Next in line with 1,714,600 passengers is Victoria, Melbourne. The third busiest domestic route is South Australia, Adelaide with 275,700 passengers and in 4th place is New South Wales, Newcastle transporting 162,500 passengers.

The distinction as the busiest international route as of June 2011 goes to Auckland, New Zealand, with 260,437 passengers with Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur International running in 2nd place with 202,941 passengers. In 3rd place is Japan, Osaka-Kansai transporting 134,875 passengers. Japan, Tokyo-Narita, in fourth place, transported 119,034 people and finally New Zealand, Christchurch holds 5th place with 44,213 people traveling.

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