49Years of satisfied air charter customers
500+Airports we service across Australia
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WHY FLY WITH CORPORATE AIR?
Cooktown Air Charter Flights
If you are considering an air charter flight to or from Cooktown then Corporate Air has the experience to assist. Whether it’s for business or pleasure, fly-in fly-out (FIFO), a group charter, tour or freight requirement, let our team do the hard work and provide you with an effective aircraft charter solution. Enjoy the benefits of:
- fly in and out of any location;
- personalised end to end service;
- multiple stops within one trip; and
- locations and schedules that don’t fit airlines.
Cooktown has over two centuries of rich history. Cooktown was the site of the first white ‘settlement’ in Australia when Captain James Cook, having accidentally struck the Great Barrier Reef, off the coast north of Cape Tribulation, struggled up the coast and beached the Endeavour on the shores of the Endeavour River. Cook and his crew were to stay on the edge of the Endeavour River from 17 June to 4 August, 1770, the longest time they were to spend at any location in Australia. In 1872, William Hann discovered gold in the Palmer River, southwest of Cooktown. His findings were reported to James Venture Mulligan who led an expedition to the Palmer River in 1873. Mulligan’s expedition found quantities of alluvial gold and thus began the gold rush that was to bring prospectors to the Endeavour River from all over the world. The Queensland government responded quickly to Mulligan’s reports, and shortly after, a new township was established at the site of the present town, on the southern bank of the river and Cooktown Post Office opened on 1 January 1874 In the past, Cooktown could only be accessed by 4WD’s but with the completion of the sealed Cooktown Developmental Road in January 2006, Cooktown is now more accessible to everyone. Cooktown is also serviced by an Airport. The town has recently grown in importance again and become a popular tourist destination. There are two flights a day connecting Cooktown with Cairns. The town now has good communications, more services, better roads, and offers residents a relaxed and healthy lifestyle. Fewer than 2,000 people live in the town itself while about another 4,000 in the region use it as a service centre. Visitors enjoy the delightful tropical environment, the historical connections, and use it as an access point to the Great Barrier Reef, the Lakefield National Park, and for fishing.
To request a quote or ask any questions about Cooktown air charter flights please get in touch. Our friendly consultants are available 24/7, 365 days per year to assist you.