Hobart Airport (HBA)
Facilities and Services
(Hobart, Tasmania - TAS, Australia)
Hobart Airport (HBA) has seen its demands and expectations soar over recent years, and the facilities have needed to improve to match its growth and developments.
Whilst Hobart Airport is relatively small in the world of international airports, it does now serve approximately two million passengers per annum, supported by around 30,000 aircraft movements. Therefore the shops, eateries and overall amenities have all needed to keep up with any planned expansions.
Shops, Duty-Free and Retail Outlets
A number of shops are located around the terminal building, including food stores, gift and souvenir shops, and also newsagents, where you will find a range of newspapers, magazines, books and snack foods - perfect for reading material during your flight.
Bars, Cafés and Restaurants
A selection of places to eat include a popular airport cafe and bar, offering basic hot and cold refreshments, such as pastries, cakes and sandwiches. Vending machines are often the preferred option for travellers 'on the go'.
Business and Conference Facilities
There are no business facilities available as such, although the airport contains several spacious lounges and cafes, where it is possible to hold small meetings if necessary. There are lots of public telephones onsite, which are operated by coins or phone cards.
Hobart Airport is considered to be physically-accessible for travellers with mobility disabilities. There are allocated parking spaces, ramps for wheelchair users and spacious toilet cubicles, adapted where necessary. Special requirements should always be discussed with your airline before you arrive here.
Other facilities include medical transportation and basic first aid facilities, public telephones, impressive aircraft viewing areas, modern check-in facilities, advanced baggage conveyors, immigration facilities and quarantine areas. There are also plenty of luggage trolleys around HBA, when required.