MEL to SYD Flights

Melbourne and Sydney Airports

When you’re craving the sea and sand at Manly Beach, it’s time to temporarily leave behind your home base in Melbourne for the coastal city of Sydney. Once you book Melbourne to Sydney flights, head to Tullamarine Airport (MEL). Sometimes referred to as Melbourne Airport, it sits roughly 23 km north of city centre. Planning on getting a ride? Head to the drop-off zone at the departures level one, if your designated terminal is T1, T2, or T3, but go the Transport Hub’s level one to access T4. In terms of parking, the airport features a long-term car park with shuttle service, and another one allotted for T1, T2, and T3. T4 has its own car park, too.

The cheap flights to Sydney from Melbourne that you secured will land at Sydney Airport (SYD), one of the world’s longest continuously operated commercial airports. The drop-off zones are located at the departure levels for the domestic and international terminals, while the pick-up zones are in the international car park for T1 and along Keith Smith Avenue for T2 and T3. As for parking options, the airport provides domestic, international, valet, and accessible car parks. Looking to rent a car in Sydney? Book with us in advance and have a set of wheels waiting for you as soon as your plane touches ground.

Route Information

Your cheap flights to Sydney will cross a little more than 700 km from Melbourne. In 1 ½ hours, you’ll cruise northeast from southern Victoria to the coast of New South Wales. That’s just enough time to munch on some pretzels and get through a couple of chapters in your novel.

Solidifying Your Plans

The last thing you want to do is book an adventure and spend the rest of the time worrying about how you’ll afford it. Here at Expedia.com.au, we remove all that stress thanks to our cheap flights from Melbourne to Sydney. Simply browse through our deals, and you’ll be splashing around at Bondi Beach in no time. Once you get your fill of the Sydney scenery, book your Melbourne airfare with us, and head back home to Victoria.

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