You can find on this page the Melbourne airports map to print and to download in PDF. The Melbourne airport map presents terminals and gates of the international airport of Melbourne in Victoria - Australia.

Melbourne airports map

Map of Melbourne airports

The Melbourne airports map shows all the airports around Melbourne. This airports map of Melbourne will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave Melbourne in Victoria - Australia. The Melbourne airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Melbourne is served by two major airports, both of which are connected to downtown by express bus services as its mentioned in Melbourne airports map. Whilst a new airport railway connection is being developed, both Tullamarine airport (code MEL), the major international and domestic airport, and Avalon Airport (code AVV) are served by a fast and frequent express bus services operated by Skybus. Skybus connect both airports to Southern Cross Station in downtown Melbourne, and also run regular services from Melbourne airport to the St Kilda, Docklands/Southbank, and Eastern, Southern and Western suburbs. There is also a Skybus service from Avalon airport to Geelong, and there are airport bus connections from Tullamarine Airport to Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo, Shepparton and Traralgon.

Melbourne main airport is Melbourne Airport. Locals sometimes call the airport Tullamarine. This is Melbourne international airport. You will land here when you fly into Melbourne from another country. The airport is a little over 20 km from the centre of Melbourne as you can see in Melbourne airports map. The Tullamarine Freeway links the airport and Melbourne. Travel to the airport by bus or car. Melbourne second largest airport is Avalon Airport. Avalon Airport sits between Melbourne and Geelong. If you arrive on an Air Asia flight or if you are flying to or from another part of Australia on Jetstar you will probably travel to and from Avalon Airport. From Avalon Airport, Skybus operates services to Melbourne, Geelong, the Bellarine Peninsula and the Surf Coast.

Moorabbin Airport (Reina Sofia) is 14 miles (22 kilometres) from the city centre making it second closest. The Moorabbin airport SkyBuses are always available to transfer travellers from the airport for as little as $22 for a one-way trip and $44 for a return journey. Moorabbin Airport is situated directly within the city centre as its shown in Melbourne airports map, which makes it the perfect choice for travellers would like to spend less time getting to their hotels or attractions from the airport. Many low-cost flights operate from the MBW airport. But also keep in mind that it serves only national flights even though it is situated close to the city, consider the cost of getting there from the airport to top attractions and the hotel.

Melbourne international airport map

Map of Melbourne airport gates

The map of Melbourne airport presents the main international airport of Melbourne. This international airport map of Melbourne will allow you to determine by which terminal and gate you will arrive or leave Melbourne in Victoria - Australia. The airport Melbourne map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Melbourne international airport is the second busiest airport in Australia, with more than 30 million passengers (and around 250,000 tonnes of freight) passing through the airport last year. The airport consists of four main terminals as you can see in Melbourne international airport map, with T2 the hub for international arrivals and departures and T1, T3 and T4 servicing domestic flights. Plans are underway for a major redevelopment, with a third runway (running east-west) to open in 2023 and a fourth runway also a possibility. International travellers will find a good range of facilities and services at Melbourne Airport. From the moment you check-in, you will have plenty of things to do.

For international flights, airlines advise that you check-in three hours before departure. At Melbourne International Terminal (T2), you can check in on the first floor. If you are entering the airport at ground level, take the escalators or lift up to Level 1 as its mentioned in Melbourne international airport map. Each airline and class of travel has its own luggage restrictions (weight, size and quantity) so it is always best to confirm with your airline about the requirements for your particular flight. Melbourne Airport has several luggage services for travellers such as baggage storage, luggage wrapping and dedicated check-in counters for oversize baggage.

Melbourne international airport is located around 23 kilometres northwest of the Melbourne CBD just beyond the outer suburb of Tullamarine. As the second-busiest airport in the country, it offers a good range of transport options, ticking off everything from ultra-low cost public transport to rockstar-style helicopter shuttle as its mentioned in Melbourne international airport map. The best way to travel to and from Melbourne Airport all depends what you are looking for. There is a whole lot of choice when it comes to parking at Melbourne Airport, so you can select what best suits your budget, timeframe, and so on. Value car parks – Budget, short-stay parking is a great choice for when you are simply picking up or dropping off friends or relatives. There is a $10 flat rate for 4 hours in the Value Short-Stay Car Park, which includes a free 24/7 shuttle that departs for terminals every ten minutes.