The physical, geographical and logistical attributes of Victoria - and its aviation gateway Melbourne Airport - ensure that Melbourne is firmly entrenched in its position as the freight hub for Australasia.
Melbourne Airport handles more than 30 per cent of Australia's international air freight market.
Cargo terminal operators at Melbourne Airport include Qantas, Menzies, Dnata, DHL, and the Australia Post Gateway facility.
In addition to over 2300 weekly services that service Melbourne, there are three dedicated freight carriers operating from Melbourne Airport, operating more than 35 freight services monthly. The international freight airlines currently servicing Melbourne are Polar Air, Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines.
Melbourne is Australia’s domestic air freight hub, delivering freight to and from all corners of the country each day. Melbourne Airport’s purpose built freighter apron ensures significant capacity for growth in air freight over the next decade.