Day 1 - Eclipse Day (20 April 2023) - Charter flight to Learmonth (for Exmouth)
In the early hours of the 20th April 2023 the shadow of the Moon touches the Earth in the South Indian Ocean about 2,000km north of Antarctica. A further 4,600km along the track the shadow reaches the first land, crossing the 20km wide Exmouth Peninsula, the only contact with the Australian mainland.
Join our Astro Trails dedicated charter flights between Perth and Learmonth (the airport for Exmouth town) specifically operating for the observation of this eclipse.
With a scheduled arrival before 08.15hrs into Learmonth and departure from Learmonth after 16.00hrs (exact flight times subject to confirmation by the aviation authorities closer to departure) there is ample time to set up before 1st contact at around 10.04hrs, with departure well after 4th contact at 13.02hrs.
Please note that this is for RETURN CHARTER FLIGHT SEATS ONLY Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org (or via the comments section of the Book Now form) if you require transfers to/from Kailis Observation Site, or a reserved space, shade and lunch at our Kailis Observation Site (additional costs apply).
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THIS PACKAGE?
Price £830 / US$995 per person
The price is for eclipse charter return flight seats between Perth and Learmonth (for Exmouth). Services start and end at Perth Airport on 20th April 2023. Transfers to/from our Kailis Observation Site and a reserved space and lunch at our Kailis Observation site are available on request - email us for details (email@example.com)
Flights from Australian destinations are offered by our flight partner (please contact us for a quote) or you can arrange your own flights to join the tour if you prefer.
You will find further details about what to expect on the Project Australia FAQ page here.