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|Origin Airport IATA Code||ADL|
|Origin City Name||Adelaide|
|Number Of Airlines Serving||20|
Does Adelaide have an international airport?
Yes, Adelaide Airport offers both domestic and international flights. In fact, Adelaide Airport has flight connections to over 300 cities around the world, including nine international nonstop flights. It’s no wonder Adelaide Airport was rated one of the top 10 international airports in the world by Travel and Leisure Magazine in 2016.
How far is Sydney to Adelaide by plane?
A typical flight from Sydney to Adelaide by plane is 1,165km and takes about two hours. That’s the perfect amount of time to put your seat back, pop in your earbuds, and listen to some music or a podcast.
What airlines fly out of Adelaide?
More than 15 airlines fly out of Adelaide Airport, including Qantas, Virgin Australia, Air New Zealand, and others. While some of these airlines fly internationally, others serve as domestic, regional, and even charter flight options. Did you know that Qantas, Australia’s largest airline, is the second-oldest airline in the world and has the best safety record? No wonder it’s such a popular choice.
How do I get from Adelaide Airport into the city?
The city of Adelaide is easy to reach by bus, shuttle, taxi, rental car, and even ride share. Adelaide Metro’s JetExpress and JetBus offer simple, affordable public transportation into the city. The Airport City Shuttle will get you to your hotel for $10 per person, and you can book your seat at the Information and Tourism Bookings Booth.
How many airports are in Adelaide?
Adelaide Airport (ADL) is the main travel hub for the city. Another nearby airport, about 18km north of Adelaide’s central business district, is Parafield Airport. Parafield, though small, is the main general aviation and pilot training airport in South Australia, and until the opening of ADL in 1955 it was Adelaide’s primary airport.
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