Melbourne Airport Departures (MEL)

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Destination Airline Flight no. Scheduled Est./Actual Status
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) AirAsia X D7219 05:15 05:37 En-Route
Dubai (DXB) Emirates EK409 (1) 05:15 05:50 En-Route
Dubai (DXB) Qantas QF8409 05:15 05:50 En-Route
Adelaide (ADL) Qatar Airways QR988 (3) 05:40 05:48 En-Route
Adelaide (ADL) British Airways BA5815 05:40 05:48 En-Route
Adelaide (ADL) Oman Air WY6107 05:40 05:48 En-Route
Adelaide (ADL) Virgin Australia VA6374 05:40 05:48 En-Route
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) Batik Air OD176 05:45 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Qantas QF600 (5) 06:00 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Air New Zealand NZ7600 06:00 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Air Niugini PX3040 06:00 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) China Eastern Airlines MU4075 06:00 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Emirates EK5600 06:00 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) IndiGo 6E4819 06:00 Scheduled
Cairns (CNS) Jetstar JQ938 (1) 06:00 Scheduled
Cairns (CNS) Qantas QF5716 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Jetstar JQ500 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Qantas QF402 (6) 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Air New Zealand NZ1802 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) American Airlines AA7400 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Bangkok Airways PG4581 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Cathay Pacific CX9050 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Emirates EK5402 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) IndiGo 6E4618 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Virgin Australia VA803 (6) 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Air Canada AC2795 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Etihad Airways EY6689 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Hawaiian Airlines HA4083 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Qatar Airways QR6327 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Singapore Airlines SQ6845 06:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) United Airlines UA7412 06:00 Scheduled
Canberra (CBR) QantasLink QF1522 (3) 06:05 Scheduled
Canberra (CBR) Air New Zealand NZ7187 06:05 Scheduled
Canberra (CBR) Emirates EK5488 06:05 Scheduled
Canberra (CBR) IndiGo 6E4947 06:05 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Rex ZL202 06:05 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Jetstar JQ560 06:10 Scheduled
Gold Coast (OOL) Virgin Australia VA725 (3) 06:10 Scheduled
Gold Coast (OOL) Etihad Airways EY6305 06:10 Scheduled
Gold Coast (OOL) Qatar Airways QR6341 06:10 Scheduled
Gold Coast (OOL) Singapore Airlines SQ6614 06:10 Scheduled
Auckland (AKL) Jetstar JQ215 (2) 06:15 Scheduled
Auckland (AKL) LATAM Airlines LA5691 06:15 Scheduled
Auckland (AKL) Qantas QF5592 06:15 Scheduled
Nadi (NAN) Jetstar JQ121 06:15 Scheduled
Queenstown (ZQN) Jetstar JQ219 (2) 06:20 Scheduled
Queenstown (ZQN) Emirates EK7585 06:20 Scheduled
Queenstown (ZQN) Qantas QF5529 06:20 Scheduled
Perth (PER) Jetstar JQ972 06:20 Scheduled
Cairns (CNS) Virgin Australia VA1291 (2) 06:25 Scheduled
Cairns (CNS) Etihad Airways EY6940 06:25 Scheduled
Cairns (CNS) Qatar Airways QR7155 06:25 Scheduled
Adelaide (ADL) Qantas QF673 (3) 06:30 Scheduled
Adelaide (ADL) Air New Zealand NZ7122 06:30 Scheduled
Adelaide (ADL) Emirates EK5701 06:30 Scheduled
Adelaide (ADL) IndiGo 6E4867 06:30 Scheduled
Toowoomba (WTB) Bonza AB1065 06:30 Scheduled
Gold Coast (OOL) Jetstar JQ432 (1) 06:30 Scheduled
Gold Coast (OOL) Qantas QF5432 06:30 Scheduled
Manila (MNL) Philippine Airlines PR210 06:30 Scheduled
Adelaide (ADL) Jetstar JQ772 06:35 Scheduled
Launceston (LST) Jetstar JQ731 (1) 06:35 Scheduled
Launceston (LST) Qantas QF5731 06:35 Scheduled
Newcastle (NTL) Jetstar JQ472 (2) 06:40 Scheduled
Newcastle (NTL) Emirates EK7494 06:40 Scheduled
Newcastle (NTL) Qantas QF5472 06:40 Scheduled
Sunshine Coast (MCY) Virgin Australia VA1029 (2) 06:40 Scheduled
Sunshine Coast (MCY) Etihad Airways EY6481 06:40 Scheduled
Sunshine Coast (MCY) Qatar Airways QR7187 06:40 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Qantas QF604 (6) 07:00 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Air New Zealand NZ7604 07:00 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Air Niugini PX3050 07:00 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) China Southern Airlines CZ7589 07:00 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Emirates EK5604 07:00 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) IndiGo 6E4820 07:00 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) LATAM Airlines LA4815 07:00 Scheduled
Denpasar (DPS) Garuda Indonesia GA719 (2) 07:00 Scheduled
Denpasar (DPS) China Airlines CI9665 07:00 Scheduled
Denpasar (DPS) KLM KL4053 07:00 Scheduled
Hobart (HBA) Jetstar JQ703 (1) 07:00 Scheduled
Hobart (HBA) Qantas QF5703 07:00 Scheduled
Denpasar (DPS) Batik Air OD178 (1) 07:00 Scheduled
Denpasar (DPS) Batik Air ID5336 07:00 Scheduled
Devonport (DPO) Rex ZL3513 07:00 Cancelled
Sydney (SYD) Qantas QF410 (5) 07:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Air New Zealand NZ1810 07:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Bangkok Airways PG4587 07:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Cathay Pacific CX9148 07:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Emirates EK5410 07:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) LATAM Airlines LA4808 07:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Virgin Australia VA811 (4) 07:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Etihad Airways EY6735 07:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Hawaiian Airlines HA4089 07:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Qatar Airways QR6329 07:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Singapore Airlines SQ6809 07:00 Scheduled
Sydney (SYD) Rex ZL18 07:00 Scheduled
Singapore (SIN) Tasman Cargo Airlines HJ11 07:00 Scheduled
Perth (PER) Qantas QF767 (4) 07:05 Scheduled
Perth (PER) Air New Zealand NZ7252 07:05 Scheduled
Perth (PER) Emirates EK5653 07:05 Scheduled
Perth (PER) IndiGo 6E4898 07:05 Scheduled
Perth (PER) LATAM Airlines LA4882 07:05 Scheduled
Adelaide (ADL) Virgin Australia VA211 (3) 07:10 Scheduled
Adelaide (ADL) Etihad Airways EY6642 07:10 Scheduled
Adelaide (ADL) Qatar Airways QR4241 07:10 Scheduled
Adelaide (ADL) Singapore Airlines SQ6942 07:10 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Virgin Australia VA309 (3) 07:10 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Etihad Airways EY6665 07:10 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Qatar Airways QR6347 07:10 Scheduled
Brisbane (BNE) Singapore Airlines SQ6899 07:10 Scheduled
Sunshine Coast (MCY) Jetstar JQ792 (1) 07:15 Scheduled
Sunshine Coast (MCY) Qantas QF5792 07:15 Scheduled
Perth (PER) Virgin Australia VA677 (3) 07:15 Scheduled
Perth (PER) Etihad Airways EY6402 07:15 Scheduled
Perth (PER) Qatar Airways QR7195 07:15 Scheduled
Perth (PER) Singapore Airlines SQ6954 07:15 Scheduled

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Flight Departures at Melbourne Airport

Melbourne Airport is one of the most important airports in Australia, handling around 32 million passengers per year, and is ranked as the second largest on the continent. The airport is a major hub for the airline companies of Qantas, Jetstar, Tiger Airways Australia and Virgin Australia, and the busiest route traveled is to Sydney Airport, the largest airport in Australia. This is considered to be the fourth most traveled air route in the world. A large number of Melbourne Airport’s passengers depart on domestic flights, while some five million are international. Melbourne Airport offers an international terminal of world-class standards, as well as fully equipped domestic terminals. Passengers on departure flights from Melbourne Airport will therefore find all the facilities they require, and also have several options for transport to the airport.

Melbourne Airport is located approximately 23 km, or 14 miles north west of central Melbourne, and is accessed by the Tullamarine Freeway, or also know as the CityLink Tollway, and from the Western Ring Road as well. Motorists may need a CityLink pass to reach the airport via the Tullamarine Freeway. Since that Melbourne Airport is located so nearby the suburb of Tullamarine, it is often referred to as the Tullamarine Airport, and has the official airport code of MEL. ‘Tullamarine’ is also a name that distinguishes the main airport of Melbourne from the other three smaller airports in the region. Nearest the airport is the Essendon Airport, which was formerly Melbourne’s international airport. Today, the Tullamarine Airport is the only international airport serving Melbourne.

Passengers for departure at Melbourne Airport can arrive by bus or taxi, as frequent bus services are available from the Southern Cross Station in central Melbourne, as well as from many other nearby regions, and taxis can be called to collect you from any location. There are no direct train connections to Melbourne Airport. The four terminal buildings of the airport all handle a variety of airline companies and different types of flights, for example, domestic, international or budget. Terminal 2 is the airport’s international terminal, comprising of 16 gates with aerobridges and another 2 standoff gates. This terminal was recently extended and renovated to accommodate flights by the large Airbus A380 aircraft, which was purchased by airlines such as Qantas, Singapore Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Korean Air, Emirates and Malaysia Airlines. The terminal now features the ability to board both decks of the double-decker aircraft simultaneously and new penthouse airline lounges. Melbourne was the first airport in Australia able to receive the Airbus A380, and the first flight landed on 15 May 2008.

The check-in counters for international departures are located on the first floor of Terminal 2, and passengers should arrive at least three hours prior to their scheduled departure time. Documents needed include a passport, all travel documents such as the airline ticket or booking reference and a departing passenger card. Passengers will then proceed to the Customs and Border Protection screening point, and should do so at least ninety minutes before their flight. The main international destinations offered from Melbourne Airport include the airports of Hong Kong, Auckland, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Los Angeles, Christchurch, London Heathrow and Dubai, and international airline companies at Melbourne airport include Air New Zealand, AirAsiaX, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, United Airlines, Vietnam Airlines, Singapore Airlines and Air Pacific.

Terminals 1 and 3 are the domestic terminals of Melbourne Airport, and handle departure flights from airline companies such as Qantas, Jetstar Airways, Virgin Australia and Regional Express Airlines, with flights to Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Sydney, Newcastle, Hobart, Perth, Canberra and Alice Springs. The two domestic terminals are located on either side of the international terminal, with Terminal 3 on the left-hand side and Terminal 1 on the right-hand side when facing the front of the terminal. In 1999, Terminal 1 had a $50 million upgrade, and Terminal 3 was expanded in earlier years. Both terminals have a number of aircraft parking bays, and all facilities required by departing passengers, including VIP lounges, banking and currency exchange service, restaurants, snack bars and retail outlets, Internet connections, public telephones and baby changing rooms. Melbourne Airport is also fully accessible for disabled passengers, and further assistance at the airport can be pre-arranged from the passenger’s airline company.

Terminal 4 at Melbourne Airport handles all budget airline carriers, and is the main terminal for Tiger Airways Australia, with departure flights to Adelaide, Cairns, Perth, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Hobart, Canberra, Alice Springs and Sydney. Domestic passengers should arrive at the airport at least an hour before their scheduled departure time, and ensure that their luggage does not contain any prohibited items, such as objects which could potentially be a weapon, and quantities of liquid in hand luggage which exceeds the maximum restrictions set by the new regulations. Exceptions to the rule are baby milk or food, and dietary food that are needed for the duration of the flight, as well as items which are purchased within the secure boarding areas of the airport. Passengers may also carry unlimited quantities of liquids in their hold luggage. The same rules apply for international departures.

Plenty of car parking options are available at Melbourne Airport for departing passengers as well, and further information is supplied by the numerous information desks found within the terminal buildings.

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