Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport
Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport is also called Sydney International Airport which is located in Mascot, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; it is one of the airports with the longest continuous operation time in the world, also the busiest airport in the whole Australia. The Sydney Airport has an extremely special service: golden ambassador who is specialized in providing passengers with various inquiry services.
The Sydney International Airport is divided into three airport terminals; the international terminal is opposite to the domestic terminal and they are separated by a runway. Passengers should prepare enough time for transit, and the airport also provides connection service to and from various terminals.
The location of check-in counter for China Southern Airlines is in E zone.
Passengers enter the 2nd floor of T1, check-in hall → check baggage → check in → frontier inspection → customs inspection → safety inspection → international departure hall → boarding
Passengers deplane and enter the 1st floor of T1 → immigration inspection → customs inspection → baggage claim → sanitary inspection quarantine → international arrival hall → leave airport
Passengers deplane and enter the 1st floor of T1 → safety inspection → check in at transit counter → go up to the international departure hall on the 2nd floor, → boarding
Passengers deplane and enter the 1st floor of T1→ frontier inspection → customs inspection → baggage claim → inspection quarantine → international arrival hall → 1st floor of T1, check in at domestic transit counter of QANTAS → boarding
China Southern Airlines currently enjoys the VIP room of Air New Zealand at Kingsford Smith Airport.
(The distance from the airdrome to the downtown is about 10 kilometers or 6 miles.)
Train: about 15 AUD (one-way)/23 AUD (round-trip)
Airport bus: about 6 AUD (one-way)/10 AUD (round-trip)
Taxi: about 35 AUD