Adelaide Airport Customer Service Numbers

  • Customer Service: +61 (8) 8308-9211
  • Information Booth: +61 (08) 8154-9531
  • Airport Address: 1 James Schofield Dr, Adelaide Airport SA 5950, Australia
  • Email Support: airport@aal.com.au
  • Timing: 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week.

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How To Contact Adelaide Airport Via Message?
Contact us: You can write a text message to Adelaide Airport for any issue through the contact us page of www.adelaideairport.com.au/.

To Get Answer of Common Question
Problem Solution: Adelaide Airport has provided answer to all possible quires on their web portal that covers common issues & problems, instructions, guidance, etc.

For Any Enquiry/Inquiry and Customer Service Support
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Adelaide Airport Exchange Policy
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    Adelaide Airport is an international airport based in West Beach, South Australia. It is owned and operated by Adelaide Airport Limited. It is the fifth busiest airport in the country that was built in the year 1955 and redeveloped in 2005. The airport is two runways and a single passenger terminal. Adelaide Airport is the major base for Alliance Airlines, Qantas, Regional Express Airlines, and Sharp Airlines. On the other hand, it is served by other passenger anilines like Virgin Australia, Malaysia Airlines, Jetstar Airways, and cargo airlines.