Airlines that fly into Sydney Airport
Qantas Airlines is the national carrier of Australia and the most active player at Sydney Airport. If you are crossing the Pacific then you can also try Air Canada, Air New Zealand, Delta Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, United Airlines, or V Australia. Coming from Europe your best bets are British Airways and Virgin Atlantic Airlines.
Melbourne Airport (MEL)
Melbourne Airport is the second busiest in Australia and also a popular destination for international flights. The airport is north of the Central Business District, and though it's not on the rail line, it is served by the efficient Skybus Super Shuttle system which can get passengers into town in only about twenty minutes.
Airlines that fly into Melbourne Airport
Once again Qantas Airlines is the biggest for international flights, joined by V Australia Airlines to some new destinations. Coming across the Pacific you can also choose from Air New Zealand and United Airlines. For cheap domestic flights once in Australia you can fly on Jetstar Airlines, Tiger Airways Australia, or Virgin Blue.
Brisbane Airport (BNE)
If you are looking for a beach resort or the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef then you'll want to fly directly into Brisbane Airport. Excellent beaches and recreation are close by, and you can take a short flight to Cairns from here if you want to go directly to the reef.
Airlines that fly into Brisbane Airport
From North America you can fly directly to Brisbane on Qantas Airlines or V Australia, or connect on Air New Zealand. From Asia you can arrive on Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, Singapore Airlines, or Thai Airways International. From elsewhere in Australia you can also fly in on Jetstar Airlines or Virgin Blue Airlines.
Cheap Flights to Australia
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