Map of Sydney-Kingsford Smith International Airport, NSW, Australia

Sydney Airport

The largest airport in Australia carries the official name Kingsford Smith International Airport. However, it is often simply called Sidney Airport. The airport is named after the Australian aviation pioneer Charles Kingsford Smith, who in 1928 performed the first non-stop flight from the U.S. to Australia with a three engine Fokker F. VIIb. [More]

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Airport Name Sydney-Kingsford Smith International Airport, NSW
City Sydney
Region New South Wales
Country Australia
Tel. +61 2 9667-9111
Timezone Australia/Sydney
Terminals 1,2,3
Address Sydney Airport, Central Terrace Building, 10 Arrivals Court, NSW 2020, Australia
Passengers/Year 35,992,160
Aircraft  Movements/Year 284,530
Runway Name Length Width
07/25 2,530 m 45 m
16L/34R 2,438 m 45 m
16R/34L 3,962 m 45 m

More information about Sydney Airport

Only about 9 km or 5 miles from Sydney, Sydney airport is very conveniently located. The airport has a good subway connection, the so-called Airport Link connects it to the city and its suburbs. At peak times trains run every 10 minutes with an average journey time of 13 minutes to the city centre. There are stations in all three terminals. In addition, public buses also operate along with private buses, shuttle buses and taxis. The airport can be reached by car from Sydney city centre in 30 minutes. Please note that some of the motorways in Sydney are toll roads.

Although the airport is the largest on the continent, it only covers an area of about 900 hectares, which in international comparison is rather small. In 2002, the Australian government sold the airport and the new operator, the Sydney Airport Corporation Limited, has been planning extensive building work to develop the airport. The measures have been calculated to take 20 years. Air traffic is handled in three runways and three terminals. Terminal 1 is used for international flights, Terminal 2 for domestic air traffic, while Terminal 3 has been reserved exclusively for the largest Australian airline, Qantas.

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