Cheap flights to Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport (SYD)

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Sidney is the capital of Australian state of New South Wales. This city are known as the Harbour City, the City of Villages and the Emerald City. The citizens are called as Sydneysiders. This city has many parks, making it as one of beautiful cities in the world. This city usually holds many big festivals and social and cultural events in Australia.

Cheap Tickets to Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport

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Airport infoSydney Kingsford Smith International Airport information

The Kingston Smith Airport of Sydney is one of the oldest airports in the world. Flights at a grass field close to Sydney started in the 1920s. Since then three runways have been build and the airport developed into one of Australia's busiest with close to 40 million passengers. The airport is now located in a dense urban area near the sea, just a few kilometers from the centre, and now completely surrounded by development. The close proximity to the city and the layout of the runways is causing a lot of noise complaints. Flights in the nighttime are prohibited and there is a maximum of flights per hour. This inflexibility can cause long delays during peak hours as there is no possibility to 'catch up'. Plans were made to build a new airport but those were shelved recently, keeping the airport at its present location for at least a decade. Sydney Kingston Smith airport has three terminals. Terminal 1 is the international terminal for all International flights. Terminal 2 is a domestic terminal for the domestic operations for most airlines. Terminal 3 is for all domestic operations for Qantas and for flights to Canberra with Qantaslink. The International terminal and the domestic terminals are separated by a runway. A shuttle bus service operates between the terminals (at A$ 5.50), be aware that a transfer from international to domestic or vice versa can take at least an hour.

transportTransport to and from Sydney to the airport Kingsford Smith International

The airport is well connected to the city thanks to being so close to the city centre. All terminals can easily be reached by foot or bicycle from nearby areas. The airport is connected to the Cityrail network by the Airport Link underground rail line. There is a station below the International terminal and between the two domestic terminals (under the car park). A ticket to the city would cost A$ 15.40 which includes a hefty A$12 airport station fee. A shuttle bus that departs from Terminal 3 will drive you to the city and will bring you to your hotel directly for A$ 15.00 per person. Normal Sydney busses departing for Burwood or Bondi Junction railway stations will depart in front of the terminals.

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