Portland Airport, Northern Territory Time

  Portland Airport Time
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Current local time: 12:54:04 am
Date: Sunday 29 January 2023
Time zone: AEDT (Australian Eastern Daylight Time)
Daylight Saving Time:  +1 hour
Current time zone offset:  +11:00 hours

Time Zone & Daylight Saving Time

OffsetDST
NOW
AEDTAustralian Eastern Daylight Time
02 Oct 2022Sunday 02 Oct 2022 at 3:00:00 am local time
  to  
02 Apr 2023Sunday 02 Apr 2023 at 3:00:00 am local time, the time changes to 2:00:00 am
UTC+11:00DST started on 02 Oct 2022, clocks moved forward 1 hour; from 2:00:00 am to 3:00:00 am
+1:00
UPCOMING:
AESTAustralian Eastern Standard Time
02 Apr 2023Sunday 02 Apr 2023 at 2:00:00 am local time
  to  
01 Oct 2023Sunday 01 Oct 2023 at 2:00:00 am local time, the time changes to 3:00:00 am
UTC+10:00DST ends on 02 Apr 2023, clocks move back 1 hour; from 3:00:00 am to 2:00:00 am

Portland Airport Day

Sunrise & Sunset

Sunrise 6:42:45 am
Midday 1:47:06 pm
Sunset 8:51:28 pm
Duration of Day 
14hr 08min 1 minutes 57 seconds shorter than yesterday

Time Difference with Portland Airport

Portland Airport
GMT+11
12:54:04 am
Sun,Jan 29
You - San Diego
GMT-8
5:54:04 am
Sat,Jan 28
Portland Airport Time Converter

  Portland Airport, Northern Territory Information

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Weather in Portland Airport

Coordinates
Latitude:-38.317°
Longitude:141.470°
Altitude:248m

Airports

Portland Airport (PTJ)

PTJ is the IATA code for the airport, YPOD is the ICAO code.

Airlines and flights can be found on en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portland_Airport_(Australia)

0.2km Southeast
Mount Gambier Airport (MGB)

MGB is the IATA code for the airport, YMTG is the ICAO code.

Airlines and flights can be found on en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Gambier_Airport

87.4km Northwest

Telephone Calling Codes

International country code:
+61 (AU)
Area code for Portland Airport:
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