View and compare some of the cheap flights to Sydney Australia. One can compare prices and book online today no matter where you are. From here one can connect to over 40 domestic and more than 40 international destinations. Sydney Airport is the busiest in Australia and is situated 8km south of Sydney city centre.
The Airport Link underground rail line operates from 2 stations, the Domestic Airport station and the International Airport station. The trains are privately owned and usage carries a surcharge. Suburban trains do run to and from the airport but are commuter trains and not designed for travellers.
There are several road links from the airport with the M1 or Southern Cross Drive being the fastest link to the city centre.
Due to the proximity to the city there are pedestrian and cycle paths linking to the city.
This airport is one of the world’s longest continually operational airports with regular flights beginning in 1924. Originally known as Mascot Aerodrome after the area it’s situated in, it was renamed Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport in 1936. It has seen constant upgrades often brought on by sporting events such as the 2000 Olympic Games. Sydney Airport has two domestic terminals and one international terminal that is separated from the others by a runway. A coach tarnsfers passengers between terminals. Terminal one is the international terminal and is split into three levels; arrivals, departures and airline offices. A number of international carriers have lounges including Quantas, Etihad Airways and Singapore Airlines. Terminals two and three are solely for domestic flights with terminal three boasting a Quantas Club lounge and a Business Class lounge.
Sydney is the capital of New South Wales and is also one of the largest cities in Australia. With famous Sydney Opera House overlooking the harbour and the golden sand of Bondi Beach beckoning you,
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