Treatment for tuberculosis (TB) using the standard oral antibiotic regimen is effective but inefficient, requiring high drug dosing and lengthy treatment times. Three concurrent first-line antibiotics recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines are pyrazinamide, rifampicin and isoniazid. Combining these antibiotics in a novel formulation for dry powder inhalation (DPI) may facilitate rapid and efficient resolution of local and systemic infection. However, spray-dried individually, these antibiotics were found to be physically unstable. A solution of the three antibiotics, at the WHO-recommended ratio, was spray-dried. The collected powder was assessed by a series of in vitro methods to investigate aerosol performance, particle physico-chemical characteristics and dissolution profile. Particles obtained were spherical with a surface composed primarily of rifampicin, as identified by TOF-SIMS. A mass median aerodynamic diameter of 3.5±0.1μm and fine particle fraction (<5μm) of 45±3% indicated excellent aerosol performance. The combination powder was differentiated by the presence of rifampicin dihydrate and the delta polymorph of pyrazinamide. Quantitative analysis indicated individual particles contained the three antibiotics at the expected proportions (400:150:75 w/w). This excipient-free triple antibiotic DPI formulation could be used as a significant enhanced treatment for TB.