Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport Destinations List

This list shows the 85 locations you can fly from Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport airport

Destination IATA Airlines Flying Route
Port Moresby Jacksons InternationalPOMAir Niugini, Qantas
Vancouver InternationalYVRAir Canada
OR Tambo InternationalJNBQantas, South African Airways
Dallas Fort Worth InternationalDFWAmerican Airlines, Qantas
Los Angeles InternationalLAXAmerican Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Air New Zealand, Qantas, United Airlines, Virgin Australia
San Francisco InternationalSFOAir New Zealand, United Airlines
Rarotonga InternationalRARAir New Zealand
Nadi InternationalNANAir Pacific, Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Virgin Australia
Nausori InternationalSUVAir Pacific
Faleolo InternationalAPWVirgin Australia
Port Vila BauerfieldVLIAir Vanuatu, Qantas
La Tontouta InternationalNOUQantas, Air Caledonie International
Auckland InternationalAKLAmerican Airlines, China Airlines, Emirates, Jetstar Airways, LAN Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Air New Zealand, Qantas, Air Tahiti Nui, US Airways, Virgin Australia
Christchurch InternationalCHCAmerican Airlines, Emirates, Jetstar Airways, China Eastern Airlines, Air New Zealand, Qantas, Virgin Australia
Queenstown InternationalZQNEmirates, Jetstar Airways, Qantas
Wellington InternationalWLGEmirates, China Eastern Airlines, Air New Zealand, Qantas, Virgin Australia
Abu Dhabi InternationalAUHAlitalia, Etihad Airways, Virgin Australia
Dubai InternationalDXBEmirates, Qantas
Honolulu InternationalHNLAmerican Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Virgin Australia
Taiwan Taoyuan InternationalTPEChina Airlines
Narita InternationalNRTJapan Airlines, Qantas
Incheon InternationalICNKorean Air, Asiana Airlines, Qantas, Turkish Airlines
Ninoy Aquino InternationalMNLPhilippine Airlines, Qantas
Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez InternationalSCLLAN Airlines, Qantas
Hong Kong International Kai TakHKGFinnair, Cathay Pacific, Qantas, Virgin Australia, Virgin Atlantic Airways
Indira Gandhi InternationalDELAir India Limited
SuvarnabhumiBKKEmirates, Qantas, Thai Airways International, Turkish Airlines
Phuket InternationalHKTJetstar Airways
Tan Son Nhat InternationalSGNQantas, Vietnam Airlines
Ngurah Rai (Bali) InternationalDPSGaruda Indonesia, Jetstar Airways, Virgin Australia
Soekarno-Hatta InternationalCGKGaruda Indonesia, Qantas
Kuala Lumpur InternationalKULAirAsia X, Malaysia Airlines
Singapore Changi InternationalSINBritish Airways, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, Iberia Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Scoot, Virgin Australia
ArmidaleARMQantas, Regional Express
Ayers Rock ConnellanAYQJetstar Airways, Virgin Australia
Alice SpringsASPAmerican Airlines, Qantas, Tiger Airways Australia
Brisbane InternationalBNEAmerican Airlines, Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Tiger Airways Australia, Virgin Australia
Gold CoastOOLJetstar Airways, Qantas, Tiger Airways Australia, Virgin Australia
Cairns InternationalCNSAmerican Airlines, Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Tiger Airways Australia, Virgin Australia
Broken HillBHQRegional Express
Hamilton IslandHTIJetstar Airways, Virgin Australia
Sunshine CoastMCYJetstar Airways, Virgin Australia
MackayMKYVirgin Australia
Ballina Byron GatewayBNKJetstar Airways, Virgin Australia, Regional Express
Proserpine Whitsunday CoastPPPTiger Airways Australia
Broome InternationalBMEQantas
BathurstBHSRegional Express
TownsvilleTSVJetstar Airways, Virgin Australia
GriffithGFFRegional Express
Hervey BayHVBVirgin Australia
Lord Howe IslandLDHQantas
LismoreLSYRegional Express
AvalonAVVJetstar Airways
AlburyABXQantas, Virgin Australia, Regional Express
MerimbulaMIMRegional Express
Hobart InternationalHBAJetstar Airways, Qantas, Virgin Australia
MilduraMQLRegional Express
LauncestonLSTJetstar Airways, Virgin Australia
Melbourne InternationalMELAmerican Airlines, Air India Limited, Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Tiger Airways Australia, United Airlines, Virgin Australia
MoruyaMYARegional Express
NarranderaNRARegional Express
OrangeOAGRegional Express
Adelaide InternationalADLAmerican Airlines, Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Tiger Airways Australia, Virgin Australia
Darwin InternationalDRWAmerican Airlines, Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Virgin Australia
ParkesPKERegional Express
Port MacquariePQQAir New Zealand, Qantas, Virgin Australia
Perth InternationalPERAmerican Airlines, Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Tiger Airways Australia, Virgin Australia
Canberra InternationalCBRAmerican Airlines, Qantas, Virgin Australia
Coffs HarbourCFSQantas, Tiger Airways Australia, Virgin Australia
Dubbo City RegionalDBOQantas, Regional Express
Norfolk Island InternationalNLKAir New Zealand
Wagga Wagga CityWGAQantas, Regional Express
TareeTRORegional Express
ToowoombaTWBAero Condor Peru
NewcastleNTLRegional Express
Beijing Capital InternationalPEKAir China
Guangzhou Baiyun InternationalCANChina Southern Airlines
Nanjing LukouNKGChina Eastern Airlines, Qantas
Shanghai Pudong InternationalPVGAir China, China Eastern Airlines, Air New Zealand, Qantas
Chongqing Jiangbei InternationalCKGSichuan Airlines
Fua'amotu InternationalTBUVirgin Australia

Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport Destinations Map

Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport Facts

Sydney Airport is located within the suburbs of Mascot in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is the only major airport handling the Sydney area and with over 36 million passengers per year it is Australia’s busiest airport.

Sydney Airport has also been known by the names Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport or even just Kingsford-Smith Airport.

Sydney Kingsford Airport is Sydney’s main airport and one of the oldest airports in the world to have remained in continuous use.

Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport Reviews (6)

Average User Rating

A Good Airport; Not As Bad As Others Say

Jim Miller, February 18, 2013 at 11:48 pm

I was not planning on rating SYD, but I read the other reviews and I think the other raters were unduly harsh on Kingford Smith. I have been to Australia on four separate trips; last year’s trip involved four separate entries and exits (2 domestic and 2 international) and in my opinion, it is no better or worse than any of the other international airports I have flown through over the years. Yes, the shopping is a bit limited and some of the retail establishments were a bit poor. The food selections I thought were quite varied and gave lots of options (they have a Krispy Kreme!), though there was the customary food markup. On the bad side, cabs into town can be expensive, running AU$50+. I took the train line one time and I think it was only AU$16 round-trip. Parking costs are incredibly high, too. The queue at customs can be long, but that is the nature of the geography of Australia. The majority of international flights all leave within a few hours of each other, especially for going to the US. I think the criticisms of the customs officials is unfair. I am an American traveling from Sydney into LAX: Which one do you think were more polite (hint: they were not at LAX). Overall, I think it is a fine airport and well maintained. I’ve been to better, but there are certainly ones that are worse. I don’t dread coming here like I do others.

Kingsford Smith Airport - Sydney

Mike Moore, July 25, 2012 at 3:20 pm

As the airport that most visitors arrive at, Kingsford Smith is pretty poor. It’s the showcase airport and shows Australia in a bad light. It’s clearly old and tired and in desperate need of refurbishment of replacement. But having said that, on the bright side, everything works. We found the immigration staff to be fast and efficient, although a smile would help. Green path through customs was as uninterrupted as it was quick. Out in the public areas there was a small area for meeting passengers, the very few refreshment outlets were slow and outrageously expensive and I was told that picking people up involves using a car park that charges an almost criminal fee of $AU30 ($US33) (£20) per hour. The folks in Sydney must be soft in the head paying that. On leaving, we found the departure area to be much better. Again, quick and efficient. Good but expensive duty free and expensive refreshments. The airport staff were at all times friendly and helpful, no problems there. This airport is functional, that’s the best I can say about it. The worst is that it is old and ragged. One final point, the road signage to and from is not the best I’ve ever seen, its easy to get lost.

Truly Awful

David Goldin, April 11, 2012 at 7:27 am

Surely this is one of the most expensive and painful airports in the world. Parking, food, trolleys are exorbitantly priced. The customs and immigration officers are rude and very unpleasant (even to locals!). Getting between the international and domestic terminals requires a long walk – no-one seemed to know where the shuttle bus was. Getting a taxi to the city (despite being only 10 km away) will set you back around $A50.00 – the drivers are usually foreign (Arabs or Asians), and don’t know the hotels very well. This place needs an overhaul. As gateway to Australia it does not offer a good first impression!

Kingsford Smith Airport Pic

Mark Merton, October 5, 2010 at 5:47 am

Much the same as other airports, not as big. Delays depend on what day and time you travel. Yes, very expensive.


Aldo Minuti, February 16, 2009 at 12:23 am

Everything related to this airport is a rip-off: trolleys, shops, parking especially. Is Mcquarie Bank still the operator? If so, that explains everything.

Transfer Intldomestic

Andrew Osborne, July 2, 2008 at 7:50 am

Pain in the back clearing immigration, customs and then having to walk all the way to domestic transfer to check them in for your internal flight. Avoid it if you can and save a couple of hours.

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