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Adelaide to Melbourne flights are a quick hop across the sky and you will encounter two easily navigated airports on each end. Adelaide Airport (ADL) is the fourth-largest domestic airport in Australia, while Melbourne Airport (MEL) is the country’s only major airport that’s open 24/7. Fun fact: In 2008, thousands of people watched as the first Qantas A380 did a stopover in Adelaide before flying on to Melbourne.
Before you board one of the flights to Melbourne, plan your approach. There are plenty of parking options at Adelaide Airport, including short and long term, covered and uncovered, and even secure bicycle parking. A convenient set down zone near the entrance to the airport makes drop offs easy. If you are travelling to the airport with public transport, you can take Adelaide Metro’s JetBus from the city or Glenelg.
Once you land in Melbourne, you can get picked up curbside on Level 2; or, taxis are available on the ground level of all three terminals. Alternatively, you can travel from the airport to the city on the popular SkyBus Super Shuttle or choose from several local bus services to Melbourne’s suburbs and surrounding towns. Your other option is to rent a car in Melbourne and explore the city and neighbouring areas on your own schedule.
Cheap flights to Melbourne from Adelaide span a distance of 655 km and take 1 hour 20 minutes to reach their destination. Several airlines fly this route daily, so it will be easy to find a flight that suits your schedule.
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