Community Update: COVID-19 Safety Advice

Last updated Tuesday 8 March, 2022 at 9:15am


Please note that the pilot in command for any incoming international flights is required to complete a landing request form prior to departure.


In accordance with current Victorian Government advice, a face mask must be worn when inside our main airport terminal.

There is no longer a permit required to enter Victoria from interstate, unless you have been overseas in the past 14 days. There are no domestic testing requirements for interstate arrivals, this includes truck drivers and freight workers.

Essendon Airport encourages its stakeholders to stay up to date on the current Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) travel requirements and restrictions as they apply to any interstate arrivals.

Here at Essendon Fields, the safety of our community is always paramount. That includes our team members, our tenants and operators, their customers, and any visitors that come to Essendon Fields each day.

Essendon Fields management continues to closely monitor Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic directives, and implement measures aligned with Australian health authorities advice to best manage health risks to our community.


Additional Cleaning: Since the beginning of the pandemic, frequent and thorough cleaning of our public amenities and common areas has been in place. This includes disinfection of touch points such as door handles, handrails, lift buttons and push plates in office buildings, public toilets, and our airport terminal passenger areas.

Social Distancing: increased signage, floor markers and queuing solutions are currently in place throughout the precinct public areas.


We encourage our tenants, customers and visitors to monitor their health, observe social distancing and personal hygiene best practice, and take precautions consistent with health authority advice and regulations.

Personal Hygiene: wash your hands before you leave and when you return home or whilst at work on site, and be sure to keep at least 1.5 meters between yourself and others. Do not go out if you are unwell, unless it is to get tested after which you must go straight home.

Australian Government Department of Health information is available at

Victorian Government Department of Health and Human Services information is available at


Government measures and the affects of the pandemic have affected trading for almost all businesses.  Many onsite businesses have been required to alter or temporarily cease operations to ensure the safety of both employees and the community, and the impact on these companies is ongoing.

We continue to support our local businesses and hope that you can too.

We will keep informing you of any important updates to Essendon Fields operations and remain committed to doing everything we can to ensure the health and safety of our community at all times.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact


The Essendon Fields team