Canberra Airport Open Day returns after a four-year absence | Canberra time


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It’s one of Canberra’s most popular releases, but it hasn’t happened for four years. This year it’s back. The Canberra Airport Open Day returns in 2022, scheduled for Sunday April 3, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The biennial event was last held in 2018. The 2020 open house was canceled due to COVID. Admission to this year’s event is free, but tickets are required. Book online through Eventbrite. A free park and ride shuttle service will operate every 15 minutes from Russell Hill and the city bus station to accommodate large crowds. Parking is available at Majura Park near Catalina Drive. This year’s open day will be the 10th, focusing on the west side of the airfield, where visitors can do everything from board a plane to watch the RAAF Roulettes perform. Canberra Airport’s Director of Aviation, Michael Thomson, was delighted to welcome the public back. “We believe now is the perfect time to host this event – event restrictions have eased, travel is slowly returning, our international borders are open and we would like to thank the community for their support over the past two years” , did he declare. The Canberra Airport Open Day is supported by the Historical Aviation Restorations Society, Department of Defence, Australian Federal Police, ACT Policing and Emergency Services Agency. The open house will also feature local food, live music and entertainment for all ages. The airport encourages all attendees, if possible, to use the City and Russell Park and Ride Shuttle. Accessible parking is available off Nomad Drive, opposite Canberra Helicopters. These car parks allow those who need it, close access to the event space via hard surfaces. Our reporters work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:




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