Adelaide Airport (ADL) information
Adelaide Airport is Australia’s fifth busiest airport and the main airport in Adelaide, the capital city of the state of South Australia. The airport is the main hub for several airlines such as Alliance Airlines and Qantas and is the focus city for Virgin Australia and Jetstar Airways. It serves over eight million passengers annually.
Adelaide Airport currently has only one terminal building serving both domestic and international flights. The airport offers many facilities and services for travellers arriving, transiting or flying out of the airport. Passengers will find many financial services such as ATMs and currency exchange kiosks. There are also some food and beverage outlets both on the landside and airside of the terminal building. The dining options vary from fast food outlets to sit down restaurants. There are numerous shops to while away your time from souvenir shops to bookstores to clothing stores. Other services and amenities that can be found at the airport in Adelaide include a children’s play area, VIP lounges, a prayer room as well as powered workstations. Wireless internet access is also available throughout the airport.
Flights to Adelaide Airport
Adelaide Airport serves flights across domestic, international and regional routes. Popular domestic flights served by the airport include flights from:
Popular international and regional flights include:
- Flights from Auckland to Adelaide
- Flights from Hong Kong to Adelaide
- Flights from Kuala Lumpur to Adelaide
There is currently one airline that flies direct from Malaysia to Adelaide which is Malaysia Airlines. Other airlines flying to Adelaide include:
Cheapest flights to Adelaide Airport
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Travelling to and from Adelaide Airport to Adelaide’s city centre
Adelaide Airport is located approximately 6.2 kilometres from the city centre of Adelaide. It is beside Adelaide’s West Beach. A taxi ride from the airport to the city centre would take about 7 minutes of travel time and cost around AUD18-23 (MYR60-75).
A cheaper alternative would be to take the JetBus operated by Adelaide Metro which is a convenient bus service linking Adelaide Airport to various points in the city. Take the J1 or J3 bus towards the city for a travel time of about 20 minutes and a cheaper cost of around AUD4 (MYR11). The JetBus departs from the airport every 30 minutes.
For passengers wishing to travel in privacy and added comfort, there are several car rental companies with desks at the Adelaide Airport. Passengers can hire a car from companies such as Europcar and RedSpot Sixt.
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