Located 13km north of Port Lincoln, a town of South Australia, Port Lincoln Airport is owned and managed by the Lower Eyre Peninsula's District Council and services Port Lincoln as well as the nearby township of North Shields. South Australia's second busiest airport, Port Lincoln Airport handles approximately 168,147 passengers annually. The terminal has also recently undergone a major redevelopment at a cost of $13.2 million. Port Lincoln Airport features a paved asphalt runway measuring 1,499m x 30m as well as two other additional gravel runways measuring 1,275m x 30m and 1,450m x 30m.
There are two major Australian airlines that service the Port Lincoln Airport including Regional Express Airlines and QantasLink, operated in partnership with Eastern Australia Airlines with both airlines offering flights to Adelaide. The airport is also home to a number of ground transportation services including transfer services with Lincoln City Taxis, from the rank located directly outside the terminal. There are also a number of car rental companies located inside the terminal offering car hire from a number of reputable brands.
For travellers wishing to provide their own transport to and from the airport, there is also car parking available onsite. There is a general parking area and also a secure car park, with no pre-booking available. As such, spaces cannot be guaranteed and the car park operates on a first in first served basis. Parking is charged at a rate of $11 for 1 to 3 days, $22 for 4 to 7 days, $33 for 8 to 30 days, $132 for 6 months or $220 annually.