Flights from Brisbane to Sydney Kingsford Smith
Flight information Brisbane to Sydney
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Average flight time, total distance 753 kilometres
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Airlines that fly from Brisbane to Sydney Kingsford Smith
There are four airlines serving the route between Brisbane and Sydney in Australia via Brisbane Airport and Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport. These airlines include Tigerair, Jetstar Airways, Virgin Australia, and Qantas. With at least 37 daily direct flights from these carriers, Tigerair flies the route at least seven flights every day, with the earliest flight leaving for Sydney at 7:10 in the morning and the latest flight leaving 8:05 in the evening. Jetstar Airways has at least six daily flights through the route, with the earliest flight leaving at 7:15 in the morning and the latest flight leaving at 8:10 in the evening. Further, Virgin Australia has 21 flight schedules and at least 14 flights at any given day. The earliest flight leaves at 6:00 in the morning, while the latest flight (Sundays, Thursdays, and Fridays) leave at 9:00 in the evening. Lastly, Qantas has at least 16 flights daily, running services as early as 6:00 in the morning and as late as 8:45 in the evening. Connecting flights are also offered by Virgin Australia and Qantas via Port Macquarie or Canberra.
At Brisbane Airport, flights to Sydney are operated through the Domestic Terminal. Qantas and QantasLink flights are served at the northern end of the terminal, while Virgin Australia flights are accommodated at the southern end. Flights with Jetstar Airways, Tiger Airways, and JetGo meanwhile are served in the central area of the terminal building. Qantas and Virgin Australia also operate their respective lounges in the terminal. At the Domestic Terminal, various retail outlets can be found, covering gifts and lifestyle, books and magazines, fashion and accessories, currency exchange and other services, and food and beverage.
Flights from Brisbane will arrive at either Terminal 2 (Jetstar, Tigerair, Virgin Australia) or Terminal 3 (Qantas) of Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport. Various ground transportation options are available from the airport to take passengers to Sydney city proper, including the Airport Link underground rail line, Sydney Buses (route 400), car hire services.
Check-in for domestic flights usually opens one to two hours before the scheduled departure time, depending on your airline. Boarding passes will be provided to you upon check-in, after you have presented your ticket reservation (printed e-ticket) and/or booking confirmation, as well as your passport which should be valid at least six months ahead of your departure date.
What to expect in Sydney
Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales, and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. It is located in the east coast, and is inhabited by indigenous Australians for tens of millennia. Sydney enjoys a humid subtropical climate, with warm and sometimes hot summers and mild winters, and rainfall spread throughout the year. Average temperatures play between 13 degrees Celsius and 21 degrees Celsius, with record lows of 2.1 degrees Celsius, and record highs of 45.8 degrees Celsius. Compared to Brisbane, Sydney has higher consumer prices spanning from rent, restaurant and food, groceries, and even utilities. Price indices play between one percent to up to 34 percent.
This information is correct as of August 2015.
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