Moree Airport is located in the city of Moree, which falls in the State of New South Wales in Australia. The airport is situated at a distance of 5 kilometers from the city center.
The airport is open for civilians.
The airport has been coded as YMOR by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and as MRZ by International Air Transport Association (IATA).
The runway of the airport is unpaved and measures 5200 feet in length.
The Moree Airport has an officially published instrument approach (known as Instrument Flight Rules or IFR) procedure for the airport, which suggests that Moree Airport is safe for flights to take-off from or land at Moree Airport especially during bad weather or poor light.
Every week, as many as 7 small aircrafts access the Moree Airport to other short haul destinations and 1 non- stop flight departs from the airport.
The Qantas Airways which is the main airline operating at the Airport in Moree provides 2 flights between Sydney and Moree everyday that can carry as many as 72 passengers.
A DH8 with 50 seats is the largest aircraft flying out of Moree Airport.
The shortest air distance from Moree Airport is of 316 miles.
The key features of the Moree Airport in Australia, USA can be listed as follows:
The city of Moree is situated in the Moree Plains Shire that lies in the northern part of New South Wales, Australia. The city also lies on the banks of the Mehi River. The place has a reputation of being a key centre of cotton cultivation. In fact the Australian cotton growing industry is largely dependant on Moree.
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