Parafield Airport is on the edge of the residential suburb of Parafield, South Australia, 18 km north of the Adelaide city centre and adjacent to the Mawson Lakes campus of the University of South Australia. It is Adelaide’s second airport and the third busiest airport in Australia by aircraft movements. It is considered is the primary general aviation airport serving Southern Australia and is home to four asphalt runways. Onsite you can find a classic jet fighter museum, an aviation campus and multiple training schools, including the University of South Australia Aviation Academy. It is currently used for pilot training, recreational aviation and small aircraft. the airline brands that operate more frequently are Sharp Airlines, Sunstate Airlines /Qantaslink, Singapore Airlines and Delta. In addition to this, the most popular sectors from Adelaide are Adelaide to Melbourne, Adelaide to Sydney with 3381, 2272 weekly flights respectively. The Sharp Airlines airline 861 to Argyle is the first flight that departs from Adelaide airport followed by Sunstate Airlines /Qantaslink airline 730 to Sydney. Whereas Sunstate Airlines /Qantaslink airline 8441 to Dubai is the last flight that departs from Adelaide airport at 10:35 PM. The most popular sectors from Adelaide airport are Adelaide to Argyle with 3381 weekly flights respectively.