There are a range of check-in options, making your journey through the airport easier than ever.

Your health is our top priority at Albury Airport, which is why we recommend that you arrive 60 minutes before your scheduled departure time. This allows time for everyone to be screened prior to entry into the departure lounge and for the airlines to conduct any health protocols (where required).

You can read more information on COVID-19 safety protocols for each stage of the journey on our Covid Safe Air Travel page

Flying with Pets

If you have pre-booked your pet on your flight, you should arrive at Albury Airport 90 minutes before the scheduled departure time. Pets that are travelling with you can be dropped off and collected from the western end of the Albury Airport terminal building, adjacent to the staff carpark.

For more information about pet transport services, contact us for a list of current providers.

Medicines and Medical Equipment

Passengers can carry prescription medicines, medical equipment, baby products and non-prescription medicines on-board during the flight. They should be properly marked with a professionally printed label identifying the medication and the manufacturer's name or pharmaceutical label. Staff at the security screening point may require you to provide proof of need documentation.

Liquids, aerosols and gels of less than 100ml should be placed in a transparent, resealable bag.

If the container is larger than 100ml, it will need to be separately screened at the security checkpoint.

Dangerous Goods for All Baggage

A wide range of articles and substances such as pesticides, petrol, acids, aerosols and bleaches are considered dangerous goods and are not allowed in any passenger baggage. Further information on dangerous goods can be found at

All questions in relation to items that are prohibited in baggage should be directed to your airline.

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The Albury Airport acknowledges the Wiradjuri people as the traditional custodians of the land in which we live and work and we pay our respects to Elders past, present and future for they hold the memories, culture, tradition and hopes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people that contribute to our community.