Professional, flexible and scalable air charter solutions

We provide corporate air charter and fly-in fly-out (FIFO) charter flights predominantly in eastern and southern Australia. Safety, reliability and flexibility are our highest priorities. You want the process to be easy and all services offered to be convenient, flexible and of the highest professional standard. Established in 1972, Corporate Air offers you the confidence and surety that comes with over 50 years’ operating experience and an impeccable reputation within the aviation industry.

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  • 50

    Years of satisfied air charter customers
  • 500+

    Airports we service across Australia
  • 4

    States/Territories we have aircraft based in
  • 250+

    Years of aviation management experience

Cunnamulla Air Charter Flights

If you are considering an air charter flight to or from Cunnamulla 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.

The town of Cunnamulla, which the largest of the four towns in the Paroo Shire, is situated on the banks of the Warrego River and at the southern end of the Matilda Highway, a highway that travels through Outback Queensland and connects New South Wales to the Gulf country in far north Queensland. It is also at the intersection of the main east-west highway from Brisbane to Innamincka. The town currently has a population of less than 2,000 people and prior to European settlement, a number of traditional Aboriginal groups lived and travelled within the area of land (47,647 square kilometres) now known as the Paroo Shire. Many of the town’s residents are descendants of those traditional groups and are working to preserve the history and culture of their people. European settlement began soon after exploration in 1858 and following a visit by explorer William Landsborough in 1862, development of the town began in earnest with sheep and cattle grazing the main local industry. Today, with the availability of irrigated water from the Alan Tannock Weir, Cunnamulla has two established fruit farms that produce table grapes for the Australian market. The Warrego River occasionally poses a threat to the town, especially when large and prolonged rainfall occurs in the catchment. To protect the town from flooding, a levee bank has been built which surrounds the town and has twice protected it from inundation. In addition to the natural attractions of native flora and fauna found in the Cunnamulla district, the town has a number of historical sites of interest, listed on the Heritage Trail including the well-known Robber’s Tree.

To request a quote or ask any questions about Cunnamulla air charter flights please get in touch. Our friendly consultants are available 24/7, 365 days per year to assist you.