|Aerial image, 6 March 2009|
|IATA: CAZ – ICAO: YCBA|
|Operator||Cobar Shire Council|
|Serves||Cobar, New South Wales, Australia|
|Elevation AMSL||724 ft / 221 m|
|Sources: Enroute Supplement Australia from Airservices Australia|
The airport formerly had scheduled passenger service provided by Regional Express Airlines, but as of December 2008 the airline cancelled all flights into and from Cobar Airport.
Canberra-based Brindabella Airlines announced a non-stop daily service between Sydney and Cobar, which commenced 24 September 2010. The airline uses a 19-seater Metroliner aircraft on this route, over a four-month trial period. They are currently the only airline to serve the airport.
The airport is 724 ft (221 m) above mean sea level. It has two runways: 05/23 with an asphalt surface measuring 1,519 by 30 metres (4,984 ft × 98 ft) and 17/35 with a clay surface measuring 1,221 by 30 metres (4,006 ft × 98 ft).
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