#9 - Brisbane YBBN - Lord Howe Island YLHI

The Flight from Brisbane International Airport to the Lord Howe Island Airport was 1h and 36 minute long, almost 30 minutes longer than was expected because difficulties on landing and two times missed approach duo to the very thick fog. The distance between these two airports is 411nm. The weather on this flight was overcast with calm winds.

You can see photos from this flight here below:

The Lord Howe Island is an island belonging to Australia in the Tasman Sea . With some smaller islands it forms the same Lord Howe Island Group. Lord Howe Island is 581 km east of the city of Port Macquarie on the coast of the Australian state of New South Wales . It is located in the middle of the Tasman Sea.The island, with the smaller surrounding islets, is the only mainland within a radius of several hundred kilometers.

Lord Howe Island Airport (IATA: LDH, ICAO: YLHI) is an airport providing air transportation to Lord Howe Island. Lord Howe Island is an important transit and refueling point for light aircraft flying between Australia and New Zealand. Located 600 km (373 mi) to the west is the Australian mainland, and 900 km (559 mi) to the east is Norfolk Island Airport which is within range of New Zealand to the southeast and