What you need to know about airport parking requirements, where to park and where to go on holiday.
Find out moreWhat you need for airport parking:Parking regulations in general and in airports are different for different airports.
Some airports are regulated by local councils, while others have regional councils, which are responsible for airport management.
There are also special rules for airlines that use aircraft to fly commercial aircraft.
Airport parking requirements at some airports in AustraliaThe ABC has compiled a list of some of the airports that have specific requirements to meet with parking requirements.
To find out more about airport requirements, and where you can park, visit our guide to airport parking.
What to do if you are stopped at a checkpointFor many airport parking regulations are set in place to protect public safety.
If you are stopping at a ticket counter to buy a ticket, it is important that you are not stopped in an unsafe manner.
If your vehicle is being stopped at an airport for the first time, you may be required to get out of the vehicle, to show your boarding pass, or to show a proof of insurance.
In some circumstances, you can be stopped and searched by airport security officers.
If you are being stopped in a public space, you will need to have your passport or driver’s licence checked.
This is to ensure that you have not committed an offence or otherwise acted in a suspicious manner.
Airports in Australia are governed by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB).
It is a statutory agency which is the regulator for airports in the country.
They have an independent inspection process.
Airfield parking requirements in regional AustraliaThe Regional Transport Safety Authority (RTSA) is responsible for managing the parking requirements for all Australian airports, which include regional airports in Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory.
The RTSA also administers the parking fees for airports.RTSa is also responsible for determining airport parking fees and the payment of the airport parking fines.
For more information on the fees, and how to pay, visit the Regional Transport Security Authority’s website.
Airpark fees in regional VictoriaIf you have a ticket at an international airport, you are expected to pay a parking fee, typically between $30 and $50 per day.
For a day’s parking at an Australian airport, this may be between $1 and $4 per day depending on the airport and the time of year.
If the airport has a maximum daily maximum parking fee of $100, you should also expect to pay $1 to $4 of parking per day at your airport.
For a general aviation airport, parking fees are set at $30 to $50 a day.
If a ticket is at an event or when the aircraft is at a terminal, the parking fee will be $50 to $70 per day, or $2 to $5 for each day.
In regional Victoria, the rules vary from airport to airport, but generally you can expect to be charged $1 or more for a day of parking at a regional airport.
You may also be required by RTSa to pay the airport Parking Permit Fees, or PPPF, which will cover some of your costs.
The PPPFs are collected at the airport by the local RTS, and the airport must collect them from you at the time you enter the airport.
They will be charged by the airport when you enter, and can be cancelled at any time.
Air parking fees at regional airportsThe Regional Airport Parking Fee (RAPSF) is a fee for airport fees that is collected from you by ROTSA.
It is usually charged by each airport when they issue their airport parking permit.
The Airport Parking Fees (APF) are collected by each RTS at the moment you pay your parking fees.
They are charged by RATSA at the same time.
You can check your APF on the RTS website.
If a RTS issues you a parking permit, you must pay the APF when you use the airport for your travel.
The APF is not a cost for your journey, but it is charged to cover your costs of parking, as well as any additional costs incurred such as baggage handling, food and beverage, and airport security.
For more information about airport fees and parking, visit RTSs website.
How to find out where to buy ticketsFor the purpose of parking requirements the following is an example of how to find a parking location.
If your vehicle needs to be towed:If your car is being towed, you have the right to request a parking ticket.
You will be required, if you request, to provide a copy of your driver’s license, and a photo ID.
You may also have the option of using an alternative parking permit system, or of paying the fee directly to RTS.
You should contact the RTA for details of the alternative system.
You can also use a service like Expedited Parking, which charges a fee to your travel insurance provider.