Sydney Airport Terminal Information (SYD)

Getting to Know Sydney Airport's Terminals

There are three terminals at Sydney Airport. You must check your airline and flight number and be sure to go to the correct terminal:

  • Terminal 1 (T1) International Terminal - All international flights depart and arrive from T1, it is also the terminal for Qantas Domestic flight numbers QF001-399.
  • Terminal 2 (T2) Domestic - T2 is home to a number of domestic and regional airlines including; OzJet, Jetstar, Virgin Australia, Regional Express (Rex), Aeropelican, Air Link, Big Sky Express and Qantas flights QF1600 and above.
  • Terminal 3 (T3) Domestic - Qantas flights QF0400-1599.

Transfers at Sydney Airport

Catching a connecting domestic or international flight at Sydney Airport can be a bit of an adventure. Be sure to follow the indications on this page and to follow airline staff instructions when you exit the aircraft.


Transfering between Domestic Terminals ( T2 and T3 ) and International Terminal ( T1 )

If you are travelling to Sydney Airport via a domestic flight and need to connect to the International Terminal, you must make your way to the Transfer Lounge, which is located airside, opposite Gate 1 in T3.

For passengers flying on Qantas or any of the Qantas codeshare or OneWorld partners, a shuttle bus service is available, operating every 10 minutes. The other options are train or taxi. On arrival at T1, make your way through Immigration and Security to your departure gate.

Transfers between Domestic Terminals T2 and T3 at Sydney Airport

Leave at least 10 minutes to walk between the domestic airports. There are pedestrian walkways and directional signs through the car park.