Flying into Adelaide
Adelaide Airport is currently the fifth-largest domestic and international airport in Australia. It is the aviation gateway to South Australia and processes more than 8 million passengers annually.
Carriers flying in and out of Adelaide Airport.
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Airport Transfer Options
Adelaide Airport is located just 6km away from the Adelaide Convention Centre, approximately 15 min drive from the airport. Adelaide Metro also offers a convenient Adelaide Airport bus service. To found out more visit Adelaide Metro. The bus is a Metro card service. Metro cards can be purchased from the airport ticket vending machine at the bus stop. The machine takes coins, notes and eftpos.
Pick up and drop off is from the bus stop located on the left hand side of the plaza as you leave the Terminal. Click here for Adelaide Airport grounds map.
Getting around Adelaide
Adelaide Metro is Adelaide’s public transport system. The Adelaide Metro network operates around greater metropolitan Adelaide, using buses, trains and trams. Click here to Plan your Journey.
The following companies have desks at the airport:
For a full list of accredited passenger transport services in Adelaide, refer to the Department for Infrastructure and Transport (DIT).
Adelaide and suburban areas are serviced by three taxi companies:
In addition, Suburban Access Taxis cater for passengers with a disability. Their vehicles are fitted with hydraulic lifts, allowing those in wheelchairs and scooters to be transported securely and respectfully.