COVID-19 Update

Mount Isa Airport continues to work closely with Federal and State government agencies on the COVID-19 matter, following their directions.

Our focus is our people, our passengers and our partners.

Flight information and changes

Please contact your airline or travel agent about flight bookings. Contact details can be found here.

Health advice

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Federal Department of Health advises good hygiene, including:

  • Cleaning hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rubs
  • Covering your nose and mouth with a tissue or flexed elbow when coughing or sneezing
  • Avoiding contact with anyone who has flu-like symptoms such as fever, a cough, a sore throat, fatigue and shortness of breath
  • Staying home if you are unwell

Further information can be found here.

You should also follow Federal Department of Health advice for travellers.

At the Airport

Additional hygiene measures are in place at Mount Isa Airport, including extra cleaning. We continue to advise our team and partners, in line with Department of Health advice, to practise good hand and respiratory hygiene. Department of Health messaging is being displayed throughout the terminal.

In keeping with recent federal government regulations, there has been some changes to food and beverage operations at Mount Isa Airport. Our cafe continues to offer a takeaway service for our customers. We have also removed tables and made some changes to the placement of seating and are recommending, where possible, our customers follow social distancing guidelines.

Restricted Entry to Queensland

The Queensland Government is implementing restricted entry to Queensland from 12.01am on Thursday 26 March. People flying to Mount Isa from interstate should consult the Queensland Government website for more information on border restrictions and exemptions prior to undertaking travel.

Advice for international passengers

According to federal government rules, all passengers arriving to Australia from overseas from midnight on 28 March are required to quarantine for 14 days.

Passengers must quarantine in their arrival city and are not permitted to transit domestically until the conclusion of their quarantine period.

Foreign nationals are not permitted to enter Australia, and Australian citizens can no longer travel overseas, other than where essential or on compassionate grounds.

View the Federal Department of Health advice for travellers.