AUSTRALIA | Sydney
Sydney International Airport
A full-service FBO with hangar at Sydney (Kingsford-Smith) Airport, supporting trips throughout Australia
On behalf of our team,
welcome to Australia!
Our goal is provide a hassle-free, seamless service that instills confidence in our clients. We want you to relax and feel comfortable when you are here. Know that we have you covered with our full-service, proactive approach, always with a friendly, yet professional, touch.
We are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and will offer support anywhere in Australia or surrounding regions. Feel free to call our offices and ask for me anytime.
I look forward to working with you on your next trip.
Universal Aviation, Australia
Three different ways we can take care of your
ground support needs throughout Australia
Ground support capabilities
|Customs and immigration?||Yes|
|UVair® contract fuel available?||Yes|
|Limousine service and car rental?||Yes|
|Crew accommodation arrangements?||Yes|
|Direct ramp access?||Yes|
|Computerized worldwide weather briefings?||Yes|
|Additional capabilities||Full maintenance facilities for Bombardier, Gulfstream, Falcon|
|ACAS/TCAS II:||Turbine-powered aircraft must have TCAS ll. Refer to CAR 262AC.|
|ICAO Annex 16, Chapter II:||Restriction are in place. Chapter 3 aircraft have access. Chapter 2 do not. For exemptions, refer to Jeppesen manual, entry requirements, Chapter 2.14.|
|RNP 5/RNP 10 airspace:||Not implemented|
|8.33 MHz channel spacing:||Not required|
|Airport fire protection category:||YSSY: 9 (1900–1330z); YSSY: 7 (1330–1900z)|
Directions to airport
Traveling south on George Street, turn left at Park Street and continue onto William Street. Take the ramp on the right, traveling onto the Eastern Distributor, exiting on the right onto Mill Pond Drive. Turn right at General Holmes Drive and left at Ross Smith Avenue.
Directions to office
Travel through the main intersection at O’Riordan Street and Joyce Drive onto Sir Reginald Ansett Drive toward the domestic terminals. Take the first left and continue straight onto Ross Smith Avenue. Travel past Air Ambulance and Hawker Pacific and look to the right for the large white hangar.
From Southern Cross Drive:
Turn right onto General Holmes Drive and left onto Ross Smith Avenue. Follow corporate aviation signs.
From southern suburbs along General Holmes Drive:
Turn left onto Ross Smith Avenue and follow corporate aviation signs.
Facility contact information
Ross Smith Avenue
Mascot, NSW 2020
|Hours of operation||0001 – 2359 (Accounts Department 0900 – 1700)|
|Airport restrictions?||Yes – Sydney Airport has a curfew between 2300 – 0600L. Corporate aircraft can generally operate through an exemption.|
|Noise restrictions?||Yes – Phase III aircraft only, unless carrying Heads of State.|
|Slots required?||Yes – Slots are generally obtainable close to desired times if not operating during peak periods.|
|VIP passenger lounge?||Yes|
|VIP crew lounge?||Yes|
|Hangarage?||Yes – limited availability|
Recent articles discussing operating in Australia
from our Operational Insight blog
Avoiding Issues with Sydney International Airport (YSSY) Operational Curfews
Recent advice from the Australian Department of Infrastructure and Transport has highlighted a new interpretation of Sydney (YSSY) curfew regulations and how they apply to private non-revenue and General Aviation (GA). The consequences for not understanding and conforming to these regulations… Read more.
8 Tips for Flying to the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix
This year’s Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix will be held 15-17 March at the Albert Park circuit, south of Melbourne. There are three airport options for business jet operators traveling to this event. The Australian Grand Prix is a busy period and draws large crowds. Best options, in terms of aircraft parking and hotel… Read more.
5 Great Tech Stops in Australia and the Pacific Islands for Business Aviation – and Why
This aviation blog post is part of a series on great technical stops for business aviation. When overflying vast areas of ocean and very remote regions such as the South Pacific, it’s important to carefully plan tech stops – and alternate tech stops. For business aircraft operators, many good tech stops exist in Australia and… Read more.
How Cabotage Regulations May Impact Your Flight
Cabotage is the transport of goods or passengers between two points in the same country by an aircraft registered in another country. The application of this regulation varies from country to country and changes from time to time. Penalties for cabotage violations range from fines, to payment of all applicable duties and taxes, to seizure… Read more.
Aviation Fueling in the Far East: 4 Things Business Aviation Operators Should Know
This aviation blog post is the first part of a series on aviation fueling in the Far East. Aviation fuel uplifts in the Far East often require additional planning. Each country within the region is unique in terms of aviation fueling issues, fuel tax and tax exemptions. You’ll encounter a multitude of differently formatted fuel… Read more.
10 Potentially Challenging International Permits for Business Aviation Operators
This aviation blog post of part of a series on overflight permits and landing permits. Overflight and landing permits vary in complexity and lead time. It depends on the region of the world you’re flying to and the type of operation you’re doing. Charter (non-scheduled commercial) permits usually require additional documentation… Read more.