Find cheap flights to Sydney
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Sydney Kingsford Smith is one of Australia’s busiest international and domestic airports, offering direct flights to dozens of destinations around the country.
This quick guide will give you all the information you need about ground transportation options and airlines that fly into and out of the Sydney airport.
There are a few different airports around the US where you can fly direct to Sydney.
|Honolulu||Jetstar, Hawaiian Airlines, Virgin Australia, Qantas||10 hours|
|Los Angeles||American Airlines, Delta, Qantas, United, Virgin Australia||14-15 hours|
|San Fransisco||American Airlines, Qantas, United||14-15 hours|
When you arrive to Sydney, give yourself ample time to get through the airport. You’ll need to have three documents to pass through immigration and customs: your passport, visa and Incoming Passenger Card.
The next thing you’ll want to do in the airport is use a travel-friendly debit card to make a withdrawal at an ATM so you have aussie cash to start your trip.
Heading to the land down under is going to be a long haul no matter where you’re flying from in the US. But, there are some hacks that can make your life easier — and most of all more comfortable — when flying to Sydney. Here are a few tips:
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