Wiluna is a small outback township that lies on the edge of the Little Sandy Desert and also occupies a central position in the State of Western Australia. The place is well served by the Wiluna Airport. The following are the chief features of the Wiluna Airport:
It is a civil airport
The Airport has been coded as YWLU by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and as and as WUN by International Air Transport Association (IATA).
One of the runways of the Airport is paved with asphalt and measures 5900 feet in length while the other is 4,000 feet long with its unpaved surface graded, rolled and oiled with sand.
Wiluna Airport, Australia has an officially published instrument approach (known as Instrument Flight Rules or IFR) procedure at the Airport. This suggests that the Airport is safe for flights to take-off from or land especially during bad weather or inadequate light.
The Skippers Aviation Pty. Ltd. is the main airline that provides a daily flight to each of the cities of Perth and Leinster, each having a capacity of carrying 30 passengers.
The town of Wiluna is the initial point of the Canning Stock Route as well as the Gunbarrel Highway. The terrain of the Canning Stock Route is only accessible by vehicles having four-wheel drive. The route heads towards northeast through the Little Sandy, Gibson and Great Sandy deserts to Halls Creek.
- Wiluna also offers nonstop flights to 3 cities.
- The shortest air distance from the Wiluna Airport is of 89 miles.
- An EM2 with 30 seats is the largest aircraft flying out of the Airport in Wiluna.
- Car rental service at the Wiluna Airport is provided by a trusted service agent of the town.
www.flightshotelstours.com provides detailed, online information on Wiluna Airport, as well as on Flights to Wiluna and Flights to Australia.