Getting here and getting around

There are 17 international, 5 domestic and 11 regional airlines that operate into Perth Airport, connecting travellers to over 50 destinations around Australia and overseas.

International airlines flying into Perth

Domestic airlines

International Delegates may also look to arrive from the east coast of Australia. The airlines below service the domestic airline route from major capital cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide.

Perth Airport has international, domestic and regional terminals. All aircraft movements occur on two runways located between the international and domestic terminals.

Terminal 1 (international) is located on the eastern side of the main runway and is positioned between this runway and a future wide-spaced parallel runway.

 The Domestic Terminals are located on the western side of the airfield.

Qantas operates Terminal 2, where Qantas, QantasLink and Jetstar domestic services arrive and depart.

Adjacent to Terminal 2 is Terminal 3, operated by Westralia Airports Corporation. The airlines operating from Terminal 3 are Virgin Blue, Skywest, Alliance Airlines, Strategic and Tiger Airways. Passengers are able to transfer between Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.

Terminal transfer bus

A terminal transfer bus operates between the international terminal (T1) and the domestic terminals (T2 and T3) for passengers transferring to connecting flights.

 The bus service operates between the international terminal (T1) and the domestic terminals (T2 and T3).

Tickets are $8 for adults and children over 5 years of age and are available from the Perth Airport Connect kiosks or directly from the bus driver.

 The Terminal Transfer service is free of charge for passengers travelling with Qantas, Qantas code-share airlines or for Oneworld Alliance members.

Please collect your complementary bus ticket from the Qantas Ticketing Counter prior to boarding the bus. To catch the Terminal Transfer bus, make your way to the bus stop which is located near the Arrivals area at the International Terminal and in front of Qantas Terminal 2 at the Domestic Terminal.

Information provided courtesy of Perth Airport.

Airport to city shuttle services

Bus shuttle services are available from Perth airport to the city. A one-way trip from the domestic terminal costs $11 per person and from the international terminal costs $13 per person.


Taxi ranks are located outside both terminals, and commissionaires are available to assist you during peak movement periods. As a general guide, taxi fares from the domestic terminal to the city centre are around $27; from the international terminal, around $35.

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All visitors to Australia must have a valid visa to travel to and enter Australia, except New Zealand passport holders who will normally be granted a Special Category visa on arrival provided they meet health and character requirements, and permanent residents of Norfolk Island who may be granted a Permanent Resident of Norfolk Island visa on arrival.

Please refer to the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection for further details.