Chartair are following advice from the World Health Organization, Australian Government Health Organization and NT Government with regard to the management of the Coronavirus COVID-19.
UPDATE 27 APRIL 2020
Chartair remain open for business. As a provider of air transport services to remote communities, Chartair takes its responsibility for the health and safety of our staff and residents at the communities we service extremely seriously. Click on the Coronavirus Update below for more information.
Update 20 Apr 20
Services between Groote Eylandt & Darwin are operating 3 times a week. New schedule released
Update 8 Apr 20
Kalgoorlie WA – Chartair has two (2) Cessna Caravan 208B based in Kalgoorlie which are available for charter services for essential travel/freight & supplies.
The base in Kalgoorlie is during the COVID-19 border closures to service the RASS services (Mail Plane).
Cairns QLD – Chartair has a Beech Baron 58 based in Cairns which is available for charter services for essential travel/freight & supplies.
GROOTE EYLANDT SCHEDULE
EFF 15 Apr 20 – Services between Groote Eylandt & Darwin will commence
Since 1974, Chartair has been flying to the most remote and isolated parts of our country. Over our 46 year history, we have flown through times of flood, fire, and drought to ensure vital lifelines remain in place.
Today, we confront some of the greatest challenges facing our society; but Chartair will keep flying. We will ensure the services essential for life in remote communities continue – health workers, emergency repairs, water sampling, and essential resupply.
To our friends in the aviation industry, we feel your pain and wish everyone the very best in this horrible time. With the collective spirit of all aviators, we will get through this and regroup to rebuild a stronger industry on the other side.
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