Tamworth Regional Airport has yet to feel any shockwaves from today's closure of borders in the state's north and south.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced on Wednesday all of NSW and the ACT will be declared a COVID-19 hotspot.
From Saturday, travellers to the Sunshine State will be subjected to a two-week quarantine to control the coronavirus pandemic.
Meanwhile, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced Victorian travellers will be subjected to the same rules, and the only way any traveller can fly into NSW is via Sydney airport.
But a spokesperson for Tamworth Regional Council told the Leader today none of the airlines that use the town's airport had cancelled flights yet.
"At this stage Tamworth Regional Airport has not received any advice from carriers about changed services," they said.
Regional carrier Fly Corporate flies in both directions, with the airline relaunching flights to Brisbane in April.
Passengers can also book one-ticket flights from Tamworth to Melbourne on the airline, part of a milk-run service developed for essential workers earlier in 2020.
Fly Corporate was contacted for comment on this story.