Sydney Airport Departures (SYD)

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Destination Airline Flight no. Scheduled Est./Actual Status
Darwin (DRW) Jetstar JQ672 (1) 08:20 Scheduled
Darwin (DRW) Qantas QF5672 08:20 Scheduled
Port Vila (VLI) Air Vanuatu NF11 (1) 08:20 Scheduled
Port Vila (VLI) Qantas QF3527 08:20 Scheduled
Vancouver (YVR) Qantas QF75 (2) 08:25 Scheduled
Vancouver (YVR) American Airlines AA7379 08:25 Scheduled
Vancouver (YVR) WestJet WS6013 08:25 Scheduled
Honolulu (HNL) Qantas QF103 (2) 08:30 Scheduled
Honolulu (HNL) Alaska Airlines AS5003 08:30 Scheduled
Honolulu (HNL) American Airlines AA7370 08:30 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Qantas QF556 (5) 08:35 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Air New Zealand NZ1756 08:35 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Air Vanuatu NF3026 08:35 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) American Airlines AA7344 08:35 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Cathay Pacific CX9110 08:35 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Emirates EK5556 08:35 Scheduled
Beijing (PEK) Air China CA174 (2) 08:40 Scheduled
Beijing (PEK) Air New Zealand NZ3884 08:40 Scheduled
Beijing (PEK) SAS SK9528 08:40 Scheduled
Adelaide (ADL) Qantas QF749 (3) 08:55 Scheduled
Adelaide (ADL) Air New Zealand NZ7106 08:55 Scheduled
Adelaide (ADL) Alaska Airlines AS5078 08:55 Scheduled
Adelaide (ADL) LATAM Airlines LA4839 08:55 Scheduled
Haikou (HAK) Hainan Airlines HU448 08:55 Scheduled
Canberra (CBR) Qantas QF1455 (3) 09:00 Scheduled
Canberra (CBR) Air New Zealand NZ7354 09:00 Scheduled
Canberra (CBR) Emirates EK5300 09:00 Scheduled
Canberra (CBR) LATAM Airlines LA4852 09:00 Scheduled
Dubai (DXB) Emirates EK417 (1) 09:10 Scheduled
Dubai (DXB) Qantas QF8417 09:10 Scheduled
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) AirAsia X D7289 09:20 Scheduled
Abu Dhabi (AUH) Etihad Airways EY455 (11) 09:25 Scheduled
Abu Dhabi (AUH) Air Europa UX2712 09:25 Scheduled
Abu Dhabi (AUH) Air France AF3822 09:25 Scheduled
Abu Dhabi (AUH) Air New Zealand NZ4255 09:25 Scheduled
Abu Dhabi (AUH) Egyptair MS8087 09:25 Scheduled
Abu Dhabi (AUH) El Al LY9641 09:25 Scheduled
Abu Dhabi (AUH) Gulf Air GF5155 09:25 Scheduled
Abu Dhabi (AUH) ITA Airways AZ4114 09:25 Scheduled
Abu Dhabi (AUH) KLM KL3939 09:25 Scheduled
Abu Dhabi (AUH) MEA ME6637 09:25 Scheduled
Abu Dhabi (AUH) Oman Air WY5121 09:25 Scheduled
Abu Dhabi (AUH) Turkish Airlines TK8319 09:25 Scheduled
Shanghai (PVG) China Eastern Airlines MU736 (1) 09:30 Scheduled
Shanghai (PVG) Air France AF5243 09:30 Scheduled
Singapore (SIN) Singapore Airlines SQ7431 09:30 Scheduled
Honolulu (HNL) Hawaiian Airlines HA452 09:40 Scheduled
Melbourne (AVV) Jetstar JQ613 (1) 09:45 Scheduled
Melbourne (AVV) Qantas QF5613 09:45 Scheduled
Seoul (ICN) Asiana Airlines OZ6023 (1) 09:45 Scheduled
Seoul (ICN) Etihad Airways EY8476 09:45 Scheduled
Doha (DOH) Qatar Airways QR909 (6) 09:45 15:56 En-Route
Doha (DOH) AirSERBIA JU8336 09:45 15:56 En-Route
Doha (DOH) British Airways BA6396 09:45 15:56 En-Route
Doha (DOH) Finnair AY6652 09:45 15:56 En-Route
Doha (DOH) Iberia IB7951 09:45 15:56 En-Route
Doha (DOH) Oman Air WY6076 09:45 15:56 En-Route
Doha (DOH) Virgin Australia VA6131 09:45 15:56 En-Route
Dubai (DXB) Emirates EK413 (1) 09:45 Scheduled
Dubai (DXB) Qantas QF8413 09:45 Scheduled
Tokyo (HND) All Nippon Airways NH880 (4) 09:45 Scheduled
Tokyo (HND) Air New Zealand NZ4158 09:45 Scheduled
Tokyo (HND) Singapore Airlines SQ5990 09:45 Scheduled
Tokyo (HND) Turkish Airlines TK8337 09:45 Scheduled
Tokyo (HND) Virgin Australia VA7400 09:45 Scheduled
Shanghai (PVG) Qantas QF7589 09:45 Scheduled
Melbourne (MEL) Qantas QF499 (6) 10:00 Scheduled
Melbourne (MEL) Air New Zealand NZ1899 10:00 Scheduled
Melbourne (MEL) American Airlines AA7353 10:00 Scheduled
Melbourne (MEL) China Airlines CI8691 10:00 Scheduled
Melbourne (MEL) Emirates EK5358 10:00 Scheduled
Melbourne (MEL) LATAM Airlines LA4864 10:00 Scheduled
Melbourne (MEL) SriLankan Airlines UL3363 10:00 Scheduled
Singapore (SIN) Scoot TR21 (1) 10:00 Scheduled
Singapore (SIN) Singapore Airlines SQ8669 10:00 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Qantas QF554 (3) 10:05 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Air New Zealand NZ1754 10:05 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Emirates EK5226 10:05 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) LATAM Airlines LA4849 10:05 Scheduled
Tokyo (HND) Qantas QF25 (1) 10:05 Scheduled
Tokyo (HND) LATAM Airlines LA8415 10:05 Scheduled
Taipei (TPE) China Airlines CI52 (2) 10:10 Scheduled
Taipei (TPE) KLM KL4990 10:10 Scheduled
Taipei (TPE) Qantas QF8729 10:10 Scheduled
Guangzhou (CAN) China Southern Airlines CZ302 (1) 10:15 Scheduled
Guangzhou (CAN) Qantas QF5007 10:15 Scheduled
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) Malaysia Airlines MH140 (8) 10:15 Scheduled
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) Firefly FY7142 10:15 Scheduled
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) KLM KL4118 10:15 Scheduled
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) Myanmar Airways International 8M9591 10:15 Scheduled
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) Oman Air WY5567 10:15 Scheduled
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) Qatar Airways QR4976 10:15 Scheduled
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) Saudia SV6332 10:15 Scheduled
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) SriLankan Airlines UL2340 10:15 Scheduled
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) Turkish Airlines TK4800 10:15 Scheduled
San Francisco (SFO) Qantas QF73 (2) 10:15 Scheduled
San Francisco (SFO) Alaska Airlines AS5001 10:15 Scheduled
San Francisco (SFO) American Airlines AA7397 10:15 Scheduled
Hong Kong (HKG) Cathay Pacific CX138 (4) 10:20 Scheduled
Hong Kong (HKG) British Airways BA4134 10:20 Scheduled
Hong Kong (HKG) Finnair AY5112 10:20 Scheduled
Hong Kong (HKG) MIAT Mongolian Airlines OM5602 10:20 Scheduled
Hong Kong (HKG) Qatar Airways QR3493 10:20 Scheduled
Auckland (AKL) Airwork AWK2 10:25 Scheduled

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Flight Departures at Sydney Airport

Sydney Airport is found just 8 km from the Central Business District of Sydney, the largest city in Australia. Sydney is located along the eastern coastline of the continent, in New South Wales, and its airport is next to Botany Bay, in the suburb of Mascot. Due to its location, it is also known as the Mascot Airport, but its most common second name is the Kingsford Smith Airport, in honour of Charles Kingsford Smith, a pioneering Australian aviator. Sydney Airport handles over 44 million passengers per year, and is therefore Australia’s busiest airport. Departures from the airport are handled from the domestic and international terminals of Sydney Airport, and departing passengers will find all the facilities they require in each terminal.

Passengers on a departure flight from Sydney Airport can park their own vehicles at the airport’s parking facilities, and will find that major roadways provide easy access to the terminals. The main road from Sydney is the M1 Southern Cross Drive, while from the south western suburbs, the M5 South Western Motorway, or M5 Easy Freeway provides access. Important roads surrounding the airport complex include Marsh Street, General Holmes Drive, Foreshore Road, Botany Road, Airport Drive and Qantas Drive. Sydney Airport provides long and short term parking facilities for both the international and domestic terminals. Departing passengers may also arrive by bus, train or taxi. Sydney Buses offer services to the airport, and the Airport Link trains provide fast and efficient transport from Sydney’s Central Station, via a nine kilometer underground tunnel that was built for the Sydney Olympics. Taxis are available from all areas within the city.

Terminal 1 at Sydney Airport handles all international arrivals and departures, and is separated from the domestic terminals by a runway. Passengers who need to cross over to the airport’s domestic side will therefore transfer by bus, train or taxi. The international terminal is open from 03:00 to 23:30, as all flights at Sydney Airport are required to land or take-off between the hours of 06:00 and 23:00. This strict curfew has been put in place due to the airport’s close proximity with urban areas of the city. The international terminal is a three level construction, with a level each for arrivals, departures and airline offices, and the departure level features 200 check-in desks and six airline lounges. The lounges belong to the airline companies of Qantas, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines and Emirates. There are also 30 boarding gates served by aerobridges, as well as several remote bays. The airport can accommodate the large Airbus A380, which takes passengers to Los Angeles, Singapore, Dubai and Auckland.

The international terminal of Sydney Airport has undergone a major $500 million redevelopment, which included expansion of the departures level by 7,300 square meters, new outbound border control and security screening areas, new outbound baggage handling systems, new food and beverage outlets, new arrival level baggage reclaim carousels and more waiting areas and additional seating for passengers. In all the terminals of Sydney Airport, facilities are extensive, and of the highest quality. Every effort is made at the airport to ensure the comfort of all passengers, including those with disabilities and small children. Children’s play areas are found in the international terminal, and baby-changing rooms equipped with a microwave for warming milk and formula are provided. Many of the restaurants and snack bars provide child-friendly foods as well. Although the regulations surrounding the carrying of liquids on board aircraft are applicable in Australia, parents of small children may pack unlimited quantities of milk, formula and baby food needed for the duration of the flight in their hand luggage.

Disabled passengers in need of assistance at Sydney Airport should contact their airline company or travel agent at least 48 hours in advance of their departure flight, and also check if the airline company will require medical clearance. A meeting point is located in the international terminal between Pier B and Pier C, next to the toilet facilities. Disabled passengers will find the terminals to be completely accessible, with ramps, lifts and accessible toilets. Wheelchairs may also be borrowed for the time whilst in the terminals. Public phones are hearing aid compatible, and guide dogs for visually impaired passengers are welcome in the terminals of Sydney Airport. Further facilities include banking and currency exchange services, post offices, left baggage offices, pharmacies, internet connections, showers, prayer rooms and observation decks from where the airport activities can be viewed. Meeting and conference rooms are also available for up to 1000 guests, and with a variety of useful equipment.

The domestic terminals at Sydney Airport are known as Terminal 2 and Terminal 3, and serve the airline companies of Qantas and JetStar, for which the airport is a main hub. Sydney airport is also a hub for Virgin Australia, a carrier with departure flights to Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Auckland and Christchurch. Qantas serves the destinations of London Heathrow, New York-JFK, Johannesburg, Frankfurt and Hong Kong, as well as many domestic destinations in Australia. Other popular airline companies at Sydney Airport are Tiger Airways Australia, Virgin Atlantic Airways, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Cathay Pacific, Air China, Air Canada and British Airways. The busiest domestic routes from Sydney Airport are to Melbourne, Brisbane and Gold Coast Airports, while the busiest international routes are to Auckland, Singapore (Changi) and Hong Kong International Airports. Terminal 3 is mainly used by Qantas, and features a large Qantas Club lounge, as well as a dedicated Business Class and Chairman’s lounge.

Passengers on departure flights from Sydney Airport can ask for assistance from any of the Gold Ambassador volunteers who walk all terminals, and also man the information desks of the airport. They can be easily recognized as they all wear bright gold jackets.

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