Category Archives: Major Airports

Cairns Airport

It is the largest airport in the North Queensland Region. It is situated between the Great Barrier Reef and the Rainforest. For many of the visitors, this is the starting point of your tour of Australia. annually, The airport has a traffic of 4 million passengers circulating on both Terminals. One of them operates on international flights and the other with cabotage flights. Both terminals come together through a walk of a few minutes through a covered walkway.

Canberra Airport

It is an airport that serves the Country’s national capital and mostly offers national routes to South-east Australia. Provides car rental services, ATM, currency exchange agency, post office, payphone and Wi-Fi internet. The Canberra Airport’s Business Center has several conference and meeting rooms, all equipped and catering service. There are also some shops, souvenirs, newspapers and tobacco. It has baggage telephone line of lost objects (Tel: 02 6275 2225). It also has ramps, bathrooms and phones adapted for handicapped passengers.

Melbourne Airport

It is the seventh busiest airport in Australia, operates on domestic and international flights and is located 20 kilometres north-west of the City. It has four interconnected terminals in the same complex. Among its advantages is the proximity of hotels, the space for parking and car rental, a medical emergency center, as well as cafes and restaurants for long Waits.

Costa Dorada Airport

It is located in the Gold Coast, Australia, located in the suburbs of Coolangatta, Queensland. It is the sixth busiest airport in Australia with more than 5 million passengers between 2013 and 2014. You can fly non-stop from this airport to different locations in Australia, new zealand, Kuala Lumpur, Fiji, Singapore and Japan. This airport has two runways and two passenger terminals. The main terminal is in charge of the passengers who travel practically with any AIRLINE.

Adelaide International Airport

It is the main airport of the capital of southern Australia and the fifth busiest airport in the Country. It is located adjacent to West Beach, approximately 6 kilometres from the city Centre. It has two runways and a single passenger terminal. It also has atm’s, currency exchange houses (4:30 am to 10:00 pm), postal services, VIP lounges, payphones, workstations and free Wi-Fi access.

Perth Airport

It is an airport for national and international use located south of Guildford, and is the largest commercial airport serving the capital of Western Australia. It is the fourth busiest airport in Australia and plays a strategic role due to its location, it has commercial flights to australia, Asia, the Indian ocean, Johannesburg and Dubai. This airport has experienced a strong growth in the number of passengers in recent Years. This effect is attributed to a prolonged mining boom and the increase of Low-cost International air Services.

Kingsford Smith International Airport

It is the main airport of Sydney, the number 12 in size and moves to about 38 million passengers per year. It is anticipated that by the year 2020 the figure will reach 68 Million. It can be accessed both by car and by train and has three tracks known as the East-west North-south and the Parallel. Its structure is formed by two domestic terminals and an international one connected to each Other. It has hotels nearby, parking, A medical center, all kinds of equipment for handicapped people, car rental offices, restaurants and Cafes.