Airports in South Australia

Adelaide Airport

The airport is situated four miles (6km) west of Adelaide.

Adelaide Airport (ADL)

Overview

A public bus service called JetBus collects passengers from the bus stop on the left side of the plaza as they exit the terminal. A number of door-to-door shuttle buses are also available at this bus stop.

Location

The airport is situated four miles (6km) west of Adelaide.

Getting to the city

A public bus service called JetBus collects passengers from the bus stop on the left side of the plaza as they exit the terminal. A number of door-to-door shuttle buses are also available at this bus stop.

Time

GMT +9.5 (GMT +10.5 from first Sunday in October to first Sunday in April).

Car rental

Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz and Thrifty are among the car hire companies represented at the airport.

Airport Taxis

A taxi rank is located left of the plaza as travellers exit of the terminal. Concierges help passengers by allocating taxis. The taxis are metered and the trip to downtown Adelaide takes about 20 minutes.

Facilities

Adelaide is among the most modern of Australia's airports, providing passengers with a wide range of duty-free shopping opportunities, as well as ATMs and currency exchange, free wifi, luggage storage, first aid facilities, a children's play area, a prayer room, and numerous bars and restaurants.

Parking

A multi-level short-term car park offers undercover parking linked to the terminal: the first 30 minutes cost A$5 and each hour thereafter costs between A$2 and A$6, up to a daily maximum of A$40. Economical long-term parking can be found a short distance from the terminal (linked to the airport by free buses), which costs A$31 for the first day and additional cost of about A$10-A$20 per day thereafter.

www.adelaideairport.com.au

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