Melbourne Airport Guide to Melbourne Tullamarine Airport (MEL)

Terminals Melbourne Airport

Melbourne Tullamarine Airport is the main airport operating in Melbourne and has actually 4 Terminals: Terminals 1, 3 & 4 destined to domestic flights, and terminal 2 for international flights. 

Melbourne Airport is the second busiest airport in Australia. It handled over 35.2 million passengers on 2016, which 9.2 million were international passengers. It hosts more than 33 domestic routes and flights to Europe, Pacific, North America and Asia. 

Virgin Australia and Qantas uses this airport as a hub. 

Transport between terminals

While there’s no any mean of transport to move between terminals, since T1, T2 & T3 are in the same building, it makes easy to move to one each other by the pedestrian walkaway which connects them. It won’t take no more than 5 minutes to transfer from one each other.

On the other hand, to move from any of the three terminals to T4, there is a pedestrian walkaway which links them. If you take it, it will be less than 15 minutes to get to T4.  

Terminal 1

Melbourne Airport Terminal 1 exclusively hosts domestic and regional flights of Qantas Group Airways (Qantas and QantasLink).
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Terminal 2

Opened as well on the 70s, hosts international flights worldwide. It is the single international terminal in the airport.
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Terminal 3

Terminal 3, as well a Terminal 1, hosts domestic flights. Since the 00s, hosts local Virgin Australia flights.
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Terminal 4

Hosts budget and economic domestic budget flights, specially Jetstar and Tigerair airlines. 
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