Hobart (HBA) Airport

Hobart HBA Airport Overview

Hobart International Airport HBA serves the large island of Tasmania (on Frederick Henry Bay), and its capital city of Hobard - part of the Commonwealth of Australia - and located off the south-eastern tip of the Continent.  It is Australia's fastest-growing airport.

HBA  Airport is located in  Cambridge, 17 km northeast of Hobart. It can be reached indirectly via B31 Richmond Road, running into A3 Tasman Hwy, which direct exits (Strachan Street) to the Airport. (Motorway A3 runs west , via the bridge over Derwent River, to Hobart City.

With one runway and an estimated 2 million passengersa year, Hobart International Airport is hub to Skytraders (serving Antarctica-Casey Station) and is served by a number of domestic & international airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.

Hobart Airport has one passenger terminal, combining domestic and international operations. The check-in area with check-in desks is in he center (it also has an oversize baggage check-in facility).  Note that ALL persons proceeding through to the Departure Lounge need to undergo security screening.  After security check is a cafe surrounded by the departures lounge.
To the right of the Departures lounge is the Qantas Club and a separate area for Qantas & JetStar arrivals.
To the left of the check-in area is an Information desk, Virgin Arrivals area, and International Departures.
The Saffire Lounge is at the west end of the terminal, adjacent to the Information counter.
The Qantas Club is east of the terminal, adjacent to the Airport Administration.
Shops and cafes are mainly in the center.

If picking up a passenger of  (a) Virgin Australia or Tigerair - arrive at the northern end of the terminal, (b) Qantas & Jetstar - arrive at the southern end of the terminal.

Current and future Airport developments:
  The First Phase of the Airport's $25M terminal redevelopment, construction of Grueber Avenue will and start of the the runway extension (to be completed by 2018) are ongoing 2016 projects.

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