Master plan

The Port Hedland International Airport Master Plan provides a planning framework for future development to meet long term business and operational objectives and regional requirements. It assesses the infrastructure needs of an airport servicing one of Western Australia ’s major regional centres and establishes a 20 year (2011-2031) development framework for the airport.

Schedule of Aviation Charges

The following charges apply at Port Hedland International Airport:


Fee (inc gst)

Landing fees (all aircraft) per 1,000kgs MTOW or part there of $ 24.56
Parking fees on main apron per night (applicable to all aircraft greater than 5,000kgs) per 1,000kgs or part there of $  3.04
Passenger service charge (applicable on services above 5,000kgs)  
  • Full fare, one way 
  • Half fare, one way 
  • Common user check-in 
  • Security screening

$ 24.24
$ 12.14  
$   1.56
$ 10.45

Effective July 1, 2017

Conditions of use

An airport Conditions of Use document is common for major airports and details the commercial terms and conditions which any aviation operator must comply and agrees with when using the airport’s facilities. It aims to ensure that in the absence of any other commercial airport agreement, all airport users are formally bound by the terms under which they may use the airport’s facilities. For the purpose of this agreement airport users include regular passenger transport (RPT) airline operators, general aviation operators, air charter operators, and air freight aircraft. The Conditions of Use document complements existing plans and procedures such as the Transport Security Program and the Aerodrome Manual.

Download a copy of the conditions of use (upload pending) 

Employment opportunities

Do you have what it takes to be a part of operating a dynamic regional airport? Phone 08 9160 0500 to register your interest for current and future opportunities.