Flights to Canberra: Deals and Airport Information

All you need to know about flying in and out of Canberra.

Canberra Airport is the primary airport of Canberra and offers direct flights to several international and domestic destinations.

With the following information, you will learn about ground transport options and airlines that fly into and out of Canberra Airport.

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Canberra flight FAQs

What airlines fly to Canberra?

Tigerair, Qantas and Virgin Australia all fly to Canberra.

What are the closest airports to Canberra?

Canberra Airport is Canberra’s international and domestic airport, with flights to major cities available from Virgin and Qantas. Flights with budget carriers are limited to just Melbourne, but are more widely available to Sydney Airport, which is just three hours away.

What airport transfer options are available?

There are several public buses that can get you to the city in approximately 40 minutes for around $2-$16. The airport shuttle bus provides door-to-door transfers from $12 one way and $20 return. Avis, Budget, Europcar,Hertz, Redspot and Thrifty are available in the arrivals hall of the airport. for around $25 each way. Alternatively, you can use Uber which costs $20-$29 or book a transfer in advance with Jayride.

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