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The cheapest time of year to fly to Alice Springs from Darwin is December. The most expensive is June.
The cheapest day of the week is usually Thursday. The most expensive is usually Sunday.
Darwin to Alice Springs flights are approximately 31% more expensive in the evening than at midday
Airnorth, Qantas Airways, and Virgin Australia are the most popular carriers operating from Darwin to Alice Springs
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When you’re planning your trip from Darwin to Alice Springs, the most popular airport-to-airport route is Darwin Airport to Alice Springs Airport. In June, $509 is typically the cheapest round trip price you’ll find from Darwin to Alice Springs which you can find when you fly DRW — ASP.
|Virgin Australia||PriceFrom $385||Free cancellation||Rating|
|Airnorth||PriceFrom $622||Free cancellation||Rating|
|Qantas Airways||PriceFrom $687||Free cancellation||Rating|
Qantas Airways flies from Darwin to Alice Springs around 13 times per week, with 13 momondo users rating the airline 6.5/10. The cheapest Qantas Airways deal from Darwin to Alice Springs in the last 72 hours was $474 (return), much lower than the average airfare cost of $528 for Qantas Airways flights on this route.
To ease the stress of booking flights, some of our airline partners flying from Darwin to Alice Springs are responding to the global pandemic. The following airlines may have a flexible cancellation policy to help accommodate travellers: Qantas Airways, Virgin Australia, and Airnorth.
Darwin and Alice Springs are 1288.7 km apart from one another. By plane, this route typically takes 2h 05m.
DRW is the larger of the two airports and operates both return and one-way flights from Darwin to Alice Springs. It has a decent selection of food and beverage outlets and speciality shops. There are restaurants, cafés and coffee bars, and takeaway kiosks serving everything from fast food to south-east Asian snacks. You can also relax and have something to eat or drink in The Green Room, which serves fresh organic food for a healthier option. There’s a pop-up travel shop where you can buy last-minute convenience items and an Australian Way outlet. If you’re flying with Qantas, you can use the Qantas Lounge. Parking is plentiful, and you can pre-book a space online through the airport’s website. Alice Springs Airport has more limited facilities as it’s a small regional airport. Nonetheless, you’ll find a café with a full bar and a la carte menu, and another one offering light snacks, coffee and cake. There’s a convenience store, and the airport also has a Qantas Lounge. Both airports are wheelchair-friendly and laid out according to the Australian Airports Disability Access Plan.
The best way to get from the centre of Darwin to Darwin Airport is to drive there, as you, unfortunately, won’t find any public transport network that covers this route. It’s a short trip, though, which will only take a little under 15min. You can also catch a taxi, or hire a town car from Jayride. The same situation prevails in Alice Springs, which is an even smaller Northern Territory town. After flights from Darwin to Alice Springs touch down, you will either have to hire a car at the airport or catch a taxi to get to the downtown area. This journey will only take about 15min along Roger Vale Road, travelling beside the Todd River. Jayride town cars operate here as well. You’ll easily be able to find safe on-street parking in the town if you’ve decided on a hire car, you just need to organise a permit from the local Council Rangers.
Flights from Darwin to Alice Springs will place you in the heart of rural Northern Australia. It’s a really remote town, so there aren’t many major cities anywhere nearby. What it does offer is the chance to explore the great Australian Outback on a few road trips. We recommend you hire a car as you won’t always be able to find inter-town public transport. The other most well-known Outback town to visit is Uluru, which is 4h and 45min away by car. A bit closer by to the west is the smaller town of Petermann, which you can reach in just under 3h and 20min. You can also travel further north to Anmatjere, a little oasis of a town on the Hanson River. You can catch the Gx880 bus there via Ti Tree, a journey of about 3h and 40min. And remember to check on momondo for cheap flights from Darwin to Alice Springs.
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