Sydney Airport Arrivals SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport

Address: Sydney NSW 2020, Australia
Phone: +61 (0) 2 9667 9111
IATA airport code: SYD
ICAO airport code: YSSY
Alias: Sydney Airport, Kingsford Smith Airport and Mascot Airport
Owner: Sydney Airport Holdings

SYD Arrivals today

Schedule Time Estimated Time Origin Airline Flight Terminal Status
22:30 February-21 Adelaide (ADL) Qantas QF7484 scheduled
22:30 February-21 22:36 Perth (PER) Virgin Australia VA562 2 estimated
22:30 February-21 22:53 Dubai (DXB) Emirates EK414 1 delayed
22:30 February-21 22:27 Perth (PER) Qantas QF652 3 estimated
22:35 February-21 Brisbane (BNE) Pionair Australia QF7419 scheduled
22:40 February-21 22:56 Melbourne (MEL) National Jet Express NC7481 delayed
22:47 February-21 Brisbane (BNE) Pionair Australia QF7292 scheduled
22:50 February-21 Melbourne (MEL) Qantas QF7481 scheduled
23:50 February-21 Gold Coast (OOL) StarTrack QF7434 scheduled
00:05 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) Pionair Australia QF7416 scheduled
01:33 February-22 Wagga Wagga (WGA) scheduled
02:25 February-22 Brisbane (BNE) StarTrack NC7404 scheduled
02:45 February-22 Brisbane (BNE) Qantas QF7404 scheduled
03:22 February-22 Newcastle (NTL) scheduled
03:55 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) StarTrack NC7454 scheduled
04:30 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) Qantas QF7454 scheduled
06:05 February-22 Perth (PER) Qantas QF654 3 scheduled
06:10 February-22 05:40 San Francisco (SFO) Qantas (Yam Dreaming Livery) QF74 1 estimated
06:10 February-22 Jakarta (CGK) Qantas QF42 1 scheduled
06:10 February-22 Perth (PER) Virgin Australia VA570 2 scheduled
06:10 February-22 Darwin (DRW) Jetstar JQ671 2 scheduled
06:15 February-22 Denpasar (DPS) Batik Air OD171 1 scheduled
06:15 February-22 Singapore (SIN) Qantas QF2 1 scheduled
06:20 February-22 06:12 San Francisco (SFO) United Airlines (Star Alliance Livery) UA829 1 estimated
06:20 February-22 06:22 Tokyo (HND) Japan Airlines (Oneworld Livery) JL51 1 estimated
06:25 February-22 Denpasar (DPS) Qantas QF44 1 scheduled
06:30 February-22 06:37 Shanghai (PVG) China Eastern Airlines MU7061 1 estimated
06:35 February-22 06:07 Los Angeles (LAX) Qantas QF12 1 estimated
06:35 February-22 Manila (MNL) Qantas QF20 1 scheduled
06:35 February-22 06:31 Guangzhou (CAN) China Southern Airlines CZ601 1 estimated
06:50 February-22 05:52 Los Angeles (LAX) Delta Air Lines DL43 1 estimated
06:55 February-22 Singapore (SIN) British Airways BA15 1 scheduled
06:55 February-22 Hong Kong (HKG) Qantas QF128 1 scheduled
06:55 February-22 07:58 Seoul (ICN) Korean Air KE401 1 delayed
07:00 February-22 05:59 Houston (IAH) United Airlines UA101 1 estimated
07:00 February-22 07:20 Dubai (DXB) Emirates EK412 1 delayed
07:05 February-22 Canberra (CBR) Link Airways VA625 2 scheduled
07:10 February-22 Singapore (SIN) Finnair QF292 1 scheduled
07:15 February-22 Auckland (AKL) Air New Zealand NZ6069 scheduled
07:20 February-22 Orange (OAG) Rex ZL6161 2 scheduled
07:25 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) Virgin Australia VA803 2 scheduled
07:25 February-22 Denpasar (DPS) Jetstar JQ38 1 scheduled
07:25 February-22 Melbourne (AVV) Jetstar JQ602 2 scheduled
07:25 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) Qantas QF402 3 scheduled
07:25 February-22 Canberra (CBR) Qantas QF1502 3 scheduled
07:30 February-22 06:39 Dallas (DFW) Qantas QF8 1 estimated
07:30 February-22 Shenzhen (SZX) China Southern Airlines CZ3071 1 scheduled
07:30 February-22 Bangkok (BKK) Qantas QF24 1 scheduled
07:30 February-22 Orange (OAG) Qantas QF2014 3 scheduled
07:30 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) Jetstar JQ500 2 scheduled
07:35 February-22 Brisbane (BNE) Qantas QF501 3 scheduled
07:35 February-22 Christchurch (CHC) Qantas QF138 1 scheduled
07:35 February-22 Auckland (AKL) Qantas QF140 1 scheduled
07:35 February-22 Tamworth (TMW) Qantas QF2001 3 scheduled
07:40 February-22 Christchurch (CHC) Qantas QF7524 1 scheduled
07:40 February-22 Singapore (SIN) Singapore Airlines SQ221 1 scheduled
07:40 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) Virgin Australia VA805 2 scheduled
07:40 February-22 Dubbo (DBO) Qantas QF2037 3 scheduled
07:40 February-22 Wagga Wagga (WGA) Qantas QF2216 3 scheduled
07:40 February-22 Wagga Wagga (WGA) Rex ZL6658 2 scheduled
07:40 February-22 Dubbo (DBO) Rex ZL6821 2 scheduled
07:45 February-22 Qingdao (TAO) Capital Airlines JD479 1 scheduled
07:45 February-22 Coffs Harbour (CFS) Qantas QF2101 3 scheduled
07:45 February-22 Port Macquarie (PQQ) Qantas QF2161 3 scheduled
07:45 February-22 Port Macquarie (PQQ) Rex ZL6355 2 scheduled
07:50 February-22 Christchurch (CHC) Air New Zealand NZ221 1 scheduled
07:50 February-22 Brisbane (BNE) Virgin Australia VA904 2 scheduled
07:50 February-22 Armidale (ARM) Qantas QF2019 3 scheduled
07:50 February-22 Albury (ABX) Qantas QF2202 3 scheduled
07:55 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) Virgin Australia VA807 2 scheduled
07:55 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) Qantas QF406 3 scheduled
07:55 February-22 Coffs Harbour (CFS) Rex ZL6413 2 scheduled
07:55 February-22 Albury (ABX) Rex ZL6762 2 scheduled
08:00 February-22 Auckland (AKL) Jetstar JQ202 1 scheduled
08:00 February-22 Wellington (WLG) Qantas QF162 1 scheduled
08:00 February-22 Brisbane (BNE) Qantas QF503 3 scheduled
08:05 February-22 Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) VietJet Air (Petrolimex Sticker) VJ85 1 scheduled
08:05 February-22 Hobart (HBA) Qantas QF1536 3 scheduled
08:05 February-22 Canberra (CBR) Link Airways VA629 2 scheduled
08:10 February-22 07:50 Delhi (DEL) Air India AI302 1 estimated
08:10 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) Qantas QF408 3 scheduled
08:10 February-22 Griffith (GFF) Rex ZL6454 2 scheduled
08:20 February-22 Seoul (ICN) Asiana Airlines OZ601 1 scheduled
08:25 February-22 Hong Kong (HKG) Qantas QF7526 1 scheduled
08:25 February-22 Adelaide (ADL) Virgin Australia VA401 2 scheduled
08:25 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) Virgin Australia VA811 2 scheduled
08:25 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) Qantas QF410 3 scheduled
08:25 February-22 Adelaide (ADL) Qantas QF730 3 scheduled
08:25 February-22 Canberra (CBR) Qantas QF1422 3 scheduled
08:28 February-22 Honolulu (HNL) Worldwide Jet Charter WWI70 scheduled
08:30 February-22 Gold Coast (OOL) Virgin Austraila VA500 2 scheduled
08:30 February-22 Gold Coast (OOL) Qantas QF591 3 scheduled
08:30 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) Rex ZL18 2 scheduled
08:35 February-22 07:39 Los Angeles (LAX) Delta Air Lines DL41 1 estimated
08:35 February-22 Gold Coast (OOL) Jetstar JQ401 2 scheduled
08:35 February-22 Melbourne (MEL) Jetstar JQ502 2 scheduled
08:35 February-22 Moruya (MYA) Private owner ZL6114 2 scheduled
08:40 February-22 Brisbane (BNE) Virgin Australia VA908 2 scheduled
08:40 February-22 Bendigo (BXG) Qantas QF1408 3 scheduled
08:45 February-22 Brisbane (BNE) Qantas QF505 3 scheduled

About Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport arrivals

Sydney Kingsford Smith airport is the largest airport in Australia. The airport serve around 44 million passengers annually for the last couple years. Since the 80’ties it keeps increasing the Sydney Airport arrivals. That unfortunately changed due corona pandemic. Numbers went down to 11 million and with 75% less Sydney flight arrivals. The airport is located just 9 km from the city center. To the south in the suburb of Mascot. It is the main airport in the country with many domestic and international flights. This is because it is also Australia’s largest city. The main airlines at the airport are Qantas, Virgin, and Jetstar. They offer most Sydney arrivals. All flights go through the 3 available runways. Furthermore, there are 3 terminals to handle all flights.

Sydney Airport ground transportation

The Kingsford Smith International Airport is one of the oldest airports in the world. Sydney Airport is located 7 miles south of the city.

You are there in 20 minutes by car or taxi. It is also easy to reach by public transport. There is a train at terminal 1 and a station close to terminal 2/3. You are around 11 minutes from the city center. There is also an option to go to the airport by bus, but that takes a lot longer (90 min). By taxi, the 20-25 min ride will cost approximately AUD 55. So you can imagine that it can be busy with all those transport Kingsford Smith airport arrivals when there are many flights around noon.

Directions to the terminals of Sydney Airport


Terminals at Sydney Airport

The airport has three terminals. Terminal 1 (T1) is the international terminal. The international SYD arrivals and pretty quiet compared to the times before the pandemic. Many travelers arrived at the airport for the following flights:

Sydney international Airport arrivals hall terminal 1


Airlines available at terminal 2 and 3

There  are two domestic terminals. Terminal T2 will mainly be used for Sydney airport flights with the airlines Jetstar, Virgin Australia, Regional Express and TigerAir. Another domestic terminal is Terminal T3. This is in use by the biggest national airline Qantas for all domestic/regional flights. A bus runs between the terminals 1 and 2. The Airport Link runs between the terminals in two minutes. A single ticket on this train costs 5 AUD. Terminals 2 and 3 are within walking distance of each other.

Domestic and international arrivals

Most Sydney airport flight arrivals fly from Melbourne Airport. Almost 10 million people arrive of depart to this city in the south of Australia followed by the airports Brisbane and Gold Coast Airport OOL on the east coast. These numbers declined because of corona too although they will slowly increase again at the end of 2020 and 2021 compared to the international flights.

Domestic arrivals

Other popular regional flights:

  • Adelaide
  • Perth
  • Cairns
  • Canberra
  • Hobart
  • Sunshine Coast
  • Ballina
  • Coffs Harbour
  • Darwin
  • Launceston
  • Albury
  • Hamilton Island

These destinations have most Sydney flights arrivals with the airlines Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin Australia and Regional Express Airlines.

sydney airport arrivals of busiest domestic routes

International routes

The most important routes outside Australia are to Auckland, Singapore and Hong Kong Airport. There are more than 4 million Sydney Airport arrivals from these international destinations every year. Of course, 2020, and for sure in 2021 there will be an exception. Otherwise, international flight routes are:

Car Park Sydney Airport
International car park

If you go to Sydney Airport by car, you can park your car in various places. If you have an international flight, you will have to drive to parking lot 7 (P7). Right behind this is the international terminal of Sydney Airport. The price depends on how long you want to park there. For example, if you park for 4 weeks, it will cost about 10 AUD per day. If you are on P7 for a few days, this can rise to AUD 35 per day. The distance to the terminal is approximately a maximum of 5 minutes walk to the Sydney arrivals hall.


Parking at the domestic terminals

If you have a domestic Sydney Airport flight, it is best to park at the domestic parking lots. The most commonly used are P1, P2, P3 and Blu Emu.

P1 is closest but also costly. For 10 days of parking you pay 30-35 AUD per day increasing to 55 AUD for 4 days.

P2 and P3 are cheaper. These are especially interesting for a longer stay by car than 15 days. Then you will pay approximately 15 AUD at P3 and that slowly increases to 11 AUD with 4 weeks of parking. P2 will be just a few AUD more expensive.

Blu Emu parking has a fixed price of 15 AUD. This is attractive when parking for two weeks or less. For longer parking at Sydney Airport, we recommend P2 or P3. From Blu Emu there is a free shuttle bus that has Sydney arrivals all day long.