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Boonah Airport Charter Flights and Air Charter Service

International Air Charter is able to handle all of your air charter services to or from Boonah Airport. We will make sure that the flight you pick is the right one for you. The staff we use has years of experience in the air charter industry and will be sure that the flight you choose to or from Boonah Airport is the right one for you.

Boonah Airport Information

Location: , Australia

Type: Small Airport

Scheduled Service: No


Elevation: Feet

Latitude: -28.0167

Longitude: 152.682

Runways at Boonah Airport

Boonah Airport has 1 runway.

1 3976 Feet0 FeetGNo

Radio Frequencies

Boonah Airport utilizes the following radio frequencies.

1 Brisbane CentreBrisbane Centre119.500
2 CTAFCTAF122.750

When Traveling to Boonah Airport, Consider Chartering a Private Jet

  When Traveling to Boonah Airport, Consider Chartering a Private   Jet

Air travel is now seeing modifications and will continue to change. U.S. security and safety is always the commercial air travel and private air rental, carriers top goal.

Private jets are great resources for many large companies. They can use them in many ways. It could allow them to fly into very small communities that a larger plane might not be able to do. They do not have to wait for a commercial flight. They select their own schedule, and what country they will fly into. Many businesses like the idea of owning their own plane, but do not need a jet full time. It is possible to buy into an ownership plan where the business acquires a share of the plane. They share it with other owners. They can sell their part at any time. They can use the plane for up to one hundred hours of flight time. They pay an additional monthly fee. It is much like a time share. This is the perfect situation for some businesses.

Sadly, as a result of these different aircraft alterations, there has been an increase in air prices and checked luggage prices. Commercial airlines are trying to assist flyers with these costs, by charging a one time annual price that will cover additional baggage on every flight, rather than consumers paying for extras at the time of travel. Consumer protection people have lobbied that airlines are forced to more quickly notify travelers concerning flight delays and cancellations. Airline ticket agents can no longer advertise fees that are not the full fare. Marketing for one-way tickets has to be more specifically defined. Thusly, there are online places that tell people when there is a good bargain on flights and are providing new ways to track special fares. A lot of people watch dog air fare sites, are gunning for consumer members. Pretty much all of these travel sites give some sort of fare alert service, by e-mail notification, i.e., Twitter alerts, Smartphone apps. In this way, buyers can now pick the routes they wish to monitor and how they want to be alerted.