Sydney is a hub airport for the following airlines:Qantas Flights
Virgin Blue Flights
Sydney (Kingsford Smith) International Airport (airport code SYD) is in a suburb of Sydney, the capital city of New South Wales and the largest city in Australia. The airport is a major hub for Qantas, and the world’s oldest continually operating commercial airport.
Links to the international and domestic airlines serving Sydney is here, and flight information is here for international and domestic arrivals and departures. Sydney has three terminals, each with different passenger amenities. Maps of the terminals are here. You can access the links to each terminal here. The T1 international terminal has baggage storage services, a kid’s cinema and a medical center. Dining options in T1 are listed here (at least there’s a link to them, which currently isn’t working). Baggage storage is also available in T2 (domestic terminal), as are various places to eat. Your shopping options are listed here, including duty free shopping in the international terminal. Wireless access is available at the airport, if you’ve got an account with one of the providers. If not, there are free Internet kiosks located around the airport. You’ll find your ground transportation options here, including rental cars, trains, taxis and buses.
Home to iconic attractions such as the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, Sydney is popular with Aussies and tourists alike. It is a modern and cosmopolitan city that at the same time is the oldest European settlement in Australia. Sydney is proud of its history and yet it does not let itself get weighed down by it – it remains a dynamic and fast-paced city with a thriving nightlife, excellent dining and plenty to see and do. And even though it is a large city, Sydney has lots of lush green spaces and is full of outdoorsy people so there should be no risk of getting too overwhelmed by tall buildings and concrete.