Cheap Flights to Mount Gambier, Australia. Return Flights.Here are the cheapest airfare deals to Mount Gambier. View Flights to Australia
|Route Cheapest Adult Fare|
Monthly Average Prices for Return Airfares to Mount Gambier (AUD)
|Cairns to Mount Gambier||-||$1250||-||-||-||-|
|Perth to Mount Gambier||-||$1188||-||-||-||-|
|Hobart to Mount Gambier||-||$596||-||-||$533||-|
|Launceston to Mount Gambier||-||$626||-||-||-||-|
|Sydney to Mount Gambier||-||-||$728||-||-||-|
|Townsville to Mount Gambier||-||-||-||$1126||-||-|
|Whyalla to Mount Gambier||$883||$613||-||-||-||-|
|Adelaide to Mount Gambier||-||-||$377||-||-||$308|
Did you know...
- To Mount Gambier, the longest flight is 8 hrs 30 mins on Regional Express.
- MGB is the IATA code for Mount Gambier.
- Mount Gambier has the Coordinated Universal Time offset of 34200.
What people are saying about Mount Gambier right now:
Cleve's Phillip Turner pays tribute to Angel Flight pilot Grant Gilbert - Eyre Peninsula Tribune
Last week, the plane was a mangled wreck in a Mount Gambier paddock. The crash in Mount Gambier killed Mr Gilbert, a Mount Barker businessman, and his passengers, 16-year-old Emily Redding and her 43-year-old mother Tracy from Mount Gambier.
No emergency call made ahead of fatal Mt Gambier Angel Flight crash - ABC Online
Findings of a preliminary report into a plane crash near Mount Gambier last month has revealed there were no emergency calls made from the aircraft. The TB10 Tobago was taking a Mount Gambier mother and her daughter to Adelaide for medical treatment ...
Interim report into Angel Flight plane crash at Mount Gambier that killed three people shows pilot did not make ... - The Advertiser
The report says the plane flew at a steady altitude of about 4500ft for the majority of the incoming flight from Murray Bridge. “At about 42km north-north-west of Mt Gambier, the altitude decreased and there was a significant deviation from the direct ...
Angel Flight comments on fatal crash - NEWS.com.au
The charity caught up in this week's fatal plane crash at Mt Gambier has broken its silence, paying tribute to its volunteer pilot and the mother and daughter who lost their lives. Angel Flight says 78-year-old Grant Gilbert was a well-respected ...
CASA to re-examine charity flight standard - The Australian
“CASA is looking at the safety issues relating to community service flights in the wake of the tragic accident at Mount Gambier,” he said. “However, given the (Air Transport Safety Bureau's) full analysis will not be available for some months, it is ...
Mum dies in charity flight with daughter she was trying to save - The Australian
But Ms Redding, 43, Emily, 16, and Angel Flight pilot Grant Gilbert, 78, all died when their plane crashed after taking off from the Mount Gambier Airport, 420km southeast of Adelaide, on Wednesday morning. It was foggy and two other pilots had decided ...
Australian farm feeds chocolate to cattle to make the tastiest Wagyu beef - CNN
At the tiny regional airport of Mount Gambier, where only a handful of flights come and go each day, it also stretches to ensuring no one waits too long for a cab on arrival. Mount Gambier lies almost halfway between the cities of Melbourne and Adelaide.
Light plane crashes into a lettuce field in rural Queensland - leaving at least one passenger injured - Daily Mail
The plane was flying in extremely 'foggy, cold and wet' conditions that delayed some planes from landing at Mount Gambier Airport, 3km northeast of the crash site. Emily's uncle Grant Redding said her father, Troy, was still coming to terms with the ...
Girl killed in Angel Care flight was seeking treatment for anorexia - 9news.com.au
Experienced pilot Grant Gilbert, 78, who was volunteering his time, also died when the single-engine SOCATA TB-10 Tobago aircraft crashed into a paddock, near Mount Gambier. Earlier this month Ms Redding had taken to Facebook to open up about her ...
The plane crashed near Mount Gambier during conditions of heavy fog and rain - Daily Mail
Emily Redding, 16, her mother Tracy, 43, and pilot Grant Gilbert, 78, were all killed on Wednesday morning when their plane came down outside Mount Gambier, in South Australia. Mr Gilbert was flying the schoolgirl on an Angel Flight, a free journey ...