Airnorth is an Australian regional airline that offers both scheduled and charter passenger flights. The airline flies to several destinations across four of Australia's states, as well as to an international destination, Timor Leste. Overall, the airline flies to more than 20 destinations.
The airline was founded in 1978, making it the second-longest-running airline in the country, after the national carrier of Australia, Qantas. Airnorth Australia was only a charter airline in its first years of flying and only started flying scheduled services in the early 1980s. In 1999, it launched its first international flight to East Timor. However, the airline no longer flies this route.
Economy class is the only cabin class that Airnorth Australia offers. (there is no Premium Economy, Business or First Class).
Economy Class Facilities
Passengers receive a complimentary magazine onboard their flight for entertainment. This is ‘Together We Fly’ which is created by the airline for its passengers specifically. Passengers flying on the E170 and E120 aircraft will also enjoy complimentary refreshments. Alcoholic drinks are available for purchase, but will not be provided free of charge.
Economy Class Seating
The airline offers comfortable padded seating with ample storage space. The seat pitch and width will depend on the airplane being used.
Airnorth Check-In Information
Airnorth doesn't currently offer passengers online check-in.
Airnorth passengers must check-in for their flights at the airport. The check-in desk will open two hours before departure for all domestic and international flights.
For passengers flying domestically, passengers must check-in at least 60 minutes prior to departure.
For passengers flying internationally, passengers must check-in at least 90 minutes prior to departure.
Airnorth Baggage Allowance
Passengers baggage allowance is dependent on the plane flying in. Passengers flying with Airnorth on an aircraft with 19 or less seats will be required to check-in all baggage excluding a small, soft handbag.
Passengers travelling on the E170 Jet are permitted 9kg of hand luggage, with the maximum dimensions of 56 x 36 x 23cm or a maximum total dimension of 115cm.
Passengers travelling on the E120 Brasilia are permitted 4kg of hand luggage, with the maximum dimensions of 48 x 34 x 21cm or a maximum total dimension of 103cm.
Passengers travelling on the Metroliner 23 are permitted small, soft handbags only.
Passengers travelling on the E170 Jet are permitted 20kg of checked luggage unless connecting to a smaller aircraft.
Passengers travelling on the E120 Brasilia are permitted 13kg of checked luggage.
Passengers travelling on the Metroliner 23 are permitted 13kg of checked luggage.
Passengers with a connecting flight with Airnorth should note that baggage allowance is determined by the aircraft type and it will follow the minimum allowance for the whole journey.