Here is some information about Dubbo Airport from Wikipedia:
Dubbo City Airport (IATA: DBO) is an airport in Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia.
Airplanes began landing in Dubbo in the 1920s, though it wasn't until 1935 that land was purchased for an official airport. During World War II, the airport was reconstructed to be a military airport. The airport runway was redone by the Department of Civil Aviation in 1969, and a terminal was opened in 1970.
The Dubbo City Countil accepted ownership of the airport on July 1, 1970. Dubbo City Airport has been used for scheduled, charter, and freight services since then. In 2007, approximately 855,000 people used the airport, and the number of passengers is expected to increase.
Here are some of the major Airlines that service Dubbo Airport:
Regional Express (Broken Hill, Sydney)
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