Melbourne Airport

Melbourne Airport is still often referred to as the Tullamarine Airport due to its location next to the Tullamarine freeway.  The airport handles around 22 million passengers every year from both domestic and international locations.  As Melbourne is such a popular tourist destination you can expect the facilities at the airport to be fantastic.  In fact, its facilities have even contributed to the airport winning awards in the past.


Melbourne Airport has a wide selection of facilities available to passengers waiting for their flight.  There is a good selection of cafes and restaurants and everything from fast food chains to high class Asian restaurants can be found.  The shops are just as varied and there is a selection of high street stores amongst souvenir shops.  Duty free can also be found inside the international terminal.  Other facilities include currency exchange kiosks, ATMs, a travel agency, showers and a prayer room.


Melbourne Airport has three terminals and each airline that passes through has a specific terminal.  The International Terminal is the largest and services planes from locations throughout the world including Europe, Asia and America.  There is also a Qantas Terminal which is specifically used by Qantas and O’Connor flights, and a South Terminal which is specifically used by Virgin Blue Airlines and Regional Express.

Getting To and From the Airport

The main mode of public transportation from Melbourne Airport into the city is bus.  Skybuses run every 10 minutes during the day time and every 30 minutes at night enabling passengers to quickly get into the centre of Melbourne.  Other options include shuttle buses, taxi cabs, limousines and car hire Melbourne Airport.  If you are thinking about car hire why not use the search facilities to compare the prices of the companies and book online before you travel.

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