Fly Tiwi

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Fly Tiwi, founded in 2008, is an Australian airline headquartered in Darwin, Northern Territory. Operating as a subsidiary of Hardy Aviation, Australia’s largest general aviation company, Fly Tiwi provides essential air connectivity to remote communities in the Northern Territory. Offering over 60 flights per week across 10 destinations, the airline serves communities on Tiwi, South Goulburn, and Croker islands, as well as various locations in Arnhem Land. Managed by Andrew Hardy, the airline has established itself as a vital component of regional transportation and has also participated in significant community programs, including ‘Operation Bristol’ with the Northern Territory Police.

Destinations

Fly Tiwi operates primarily in the Northern Territory, connecting Darwin with eight different destinations including Wurrumiyanga (Bathurst Island), Minjilang (Croker Island), Garden Point (Melville Island), Gapuwiyak (Lake Evella), Milingimbi Island, Ramingining, Milikapiti (Snake Bay), Warruwi (South Goulburn Island), and Maningrida. The airline runs daily services from Monday to Friday to most of these communities.

Fleet

The airline’s fleet of 32 aircraft is drawn from Hardy Aviation and is specifically designed for regional air travel. It includes a range of aircraft such as the Fairchild Metro, Cessna 441 Conquest, Cessna 404 Titan, and Cessna 208B Caravan among others. These aircraft vary in seating capacity, suiting the different route demands and the varied airstrip conditions of the destinations served.

Contacts

  • IATA: FT

Official site: www.flytiwi.com.au