Melbourne Airport (IATA abbreviation: MEL), also known as Tullamarine Airport is Australia’s second airport. There are 4 terminals at Melbourne airport. T1 North Terminal used by Qantas and Jetstar, T2 International Terminal, T3 South Terminal used by Virgin Australia and Rex Regional Express, and T4 used by Tiger Airways Australia. The terminals are all at right angles to the main building and can be reached on foot. The busiest route from/to Melbourne Airport Australia is Singapore. It’s a important hub to the rest of the world, mainly Europe and Asia. A big jump from the destination Denpasar (Bali).¬†Garuda Indonesia is increasing the flights to handle more passengers.

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From and to Melbourne Airport by taxi
The taxi is a pleasant and safe way to travel from or to Melbourne Airport. If you want certainty about the price on arrival or departure, a tidy driver, no hassle with paying in the taxi and you want to be sure that a taxi is ready for you, you can book a cheap taxi in advance via CheapTaxis. It is very pleasant if the driver is at the gate or the agreed meeting point in the airport on arrival to pack your bags.

There is no train to and from Melbourne airport.

The Skybus runs 24 hours a day between Melbourne Airport and Southern Cross Station Coach Terminal on Spencer Street, directly west of the Central Business District and falcon north of Lonsdale Street. There are two boarding points at Melbourne airport; T3, 50 meters from T2, and at T1. There are ticket counters in T1 and T3, but a ticket can also be purchased from the driver. This non-stop service takes 20 minutes and costs 16 AUD for a single journey and 26 for a return trip. Children under 14 travel for AUD 6 each way. During the day, the bus leaves every 15 minutes, but only once per hour in the quietest hours. If desired, Skybus will take you to your hotel for free by minibus.