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Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport

IATA Code
SYD
ICAO Code
YSSY
Corporate Address
10 Arrivals Court
Sydney International Airport
NSW 2020
Australia
Website
http://www.sydneyairport.com.au
City
Sydney
Country
Australia
Network
Domestic | International
Airport Type
Primary
Other airports serving Sydney
Sydney Bankstown Airport
Sydney Camden Airport
Runways
2530m x 45m
3962m x 45m
2438m x 45m
Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
Air Canada
Air China
Air India
Air New Zealand
Air Niugini
Air Vanuatu
AirAsia X
Aircalin
Asiana Airlines
British Airways
Cathay Pacific
Cebu Pacific Air
China Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
China Southern Airlines
Delta Air Lines
Emirates
Etihad Airways
Fiji Airways
Garuda Indonesia
Hawaiian Airlines
Japan Airlines
JetGo Australia
Jetstar Airways
Korean Air
LAN Airlines
Malaysia Airlines
Philippine Airlines
Polar Air Cargo
Qantas Airways
Regional Express (Rex)
Scoot
Sichuan Airlines
Singapore Airlines
Tasman Cargo Airlines
Thai Airways
Tigerair Australia
United Airlines
Vietnam Airlines
Virgin Australia
Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
Aegean Airlines
Aer Lingus
Air France
Air Malta
Air Mauritius
Air Serbia
Air Seychelles
Air Tahiti Nui
airberlin
Alaska Airlines
Alitalia
American Airlines
Austrian Airlines
Bangkok Airways
Belavia
CSA Czech Airlines
Ethiopian Airlines
Finnair
Iberia
Jet Airways
Kenya Airways
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Lufthansa
NIKI
Qatar Airways
SAS
South African Airways
SriLankan Airlines
TAM Airlines
Turkish Airlines
Virgin Atlantic Airways

Formally known as Kingsford Smith Airport, Sydney Airport serves Australia's largest city, Sydney. Hosting domestic, regional and international passenger and cargo services for over 35 airlines, the airport is a major hub for airlines including Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar, QantasLink and Rex. The airport is operated by Sydney Airport Corporation.

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Qantas joins Air New Zealand in Japanese growth, hoping to regain traffic from Cathay and SIA

1-Dec-2014 1:09 PM

While many airlines are reducing flights to Japan, Qantas is joining Air New Zealand in growing services. The thinking behind the move is partially that outbound traffic to Japan will grow with the yen's depreciation, but also that as other carriers cut capacity in Japan, outbound Japanese traffic has fewer options. Australia and New Zealand were once big favourites of Japanese travellers; as recently as 2005 Japan was Australia's third largest source of travellers. Now the China market has overshadowed growth developments.

Qantas from Aug-2015 will launch a daily service to Tokyo Haneda from an Australian city to be confirmed by the end of 2014. Although Haneda is more convenient than Narita, Qantas will need to contend with Haneda's limited slots – potentially making Sydney-Haneda a difficult option. By offering more options, Qantas will hope to regain traffic from Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines, which carry about 19% of Australia-Japan passengers. But those sixth freedom carriers will likely retain an advantage with their city pair and time combinations.

Chinese airline growth in direct services will reduce New Zealand dependency on Australian transfers

27-Nov-2014 1:00 PM

China Southern Airlines is on track to achieve its target of having 55 weekly flights to Australia/New Zealand by the end of 2015, with peak southern summer flights to reach 52 weekly. China Southern's presence in Australia has been highly visible, but its growth in New Zealand has been quieter. After entering New Zealand just three years ago, China Southern in 2015 will have more peak capacity there than Cathay Pacific. China Eastern will also enter the market, although only for the peak season, while Air China has flagged entry into New Zealand as part of a proposed joint venture with Air New Zealand. Chinese visitor numbers to New Zealand have doubled in four years.

This additional capacity should help New Zealand receive more direct Chinese visitors. This will help reduce its reliance on passengers arriving from Australia, which in 2013 accounted for half of the Chinese visitors to New Zealand. Air China's proposed joint venture with Air New Zealand will help Air New Zealand's prospects in mainland China. The two have been distant, causing Air New Zealand to withdraw from Beijing. Still, Air China may not be enough for Air New Zealand, which may need to consider another Chinese partner.

Tigerair Australia to pause from growth – with possible A320 deferrals – as losses continue to mount

5-Sep-2014 1:15 PM

Tigerair Australia is taking a cautious approach to expansion as it focuses on trying to complete a turnaround. Prior promises to expand the fleet to at least 23 aircraft by 2018 are unlikely to be fulfilled; instead most or all of its remaining A320 orders could be deferred and converted into A320neos.

Tigerair Australia has made considerable progress since Virgin Australia took over a 60% stake in Jul-2013. But the LCC is still highly unprofitable and does not want to expand domestically or enter the international market until its position has improved.

The cautious approach to expansion is sensible given current market conditions in Australia. But it would come at the expense of pursuing strategic opportunities, including a potential tie-up with Singapore Airlines long-haul LCC Scoot.

AirAsia X records 2Q2014 loss as Australia underperforms. But long-term prospects are still bright

20-Aug-2014 10:00 AM

AirAsia X incurred a large loss in 2Q2014 driven by a weak performance on Australian routes, where large capacity gains from 2H2013 continue to impact yields. The MYR129 million (USD40 million) loss for 2Q2014 marks the third consecutive quarter of losses for AirAsia X, which has seen its stock price slip by over 30% since its Jul-2013 initial public offering.

But the long-haul low-cost carrier group expects significant improvements in 2H2014 as the rate of capacity growth slows in its core Malaysian market, allowing for the capacity added over the past year to be absorbed. AirAsia X is also reducing capacity slightly on two of its weakest routes, Sydney and Perth, a sensible move given the market conditions in Australia.

While the losses have been disappointing, strategically AirAsia X has improved its position significantly over the last year. The group has established two new joint ventures and is gaining market share in key medium-haul markets from Malaysia, putting it in an enviable position as rival Malaysia Airlines (MAS) struggles and restructures.

Cebu Pacific long-haul LCC hybridises by pursuing transit traffic, starting with Sydney-North Asia

13-Aug-2014 3:08 PM

Cebu Pacific Air’s long-haul unit is entering a new phase of growth which will also see it evolve to pursue more transit traffic. Cebu Pacific initially envisioned a pure LCC model for its long-haul low-cost unit, relying almost entirely on point to point traffic, but is now looking to build up connections, particularly to feed its new Manila-Sydney route.

In Sept-2014 Sydney and Kuwait will become Cebu Pacific’s second and third long-haul destinations after Dubai, where its performance has improved in recent months following a dismal start in 4Q2013. The carrier’s A330 fleet, which now consists of four aircraft with a fifth to be added by the end of Aug-2014, has until now been primarily used to upgauge short-haul routes.

The upcoming launch of services to Australia and Kuwait will be followed by Saudi Arabia in 4Q2014 and Hawaii in early 2015. Sharjah may also be launched in 2015 as Cebu Pacific considers leasing additional A330s.

CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit: 600 registered attendees, 40 airlines, 100 corporate buyers

5-Aug-2014 4:39 PM

CAPA - Centre for Aviation is preparing to welcome some 600 attendees across the three-day Australia Pacific Aviation Summit at Sydney’s Sheraton on the Park Hotel on 6-8 August, making it the largest event CAPA has held to date.

The second annual Summit will be the biggest aviation strategy forum of its kind for this region. CEOs from airlines and airports across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, plus a selection of leaders from airlines serving the region, will present on the industry's crucial issues. Over 100 corporate buyers will attend the Corporate Travel day.

The Summit will also feature Keynote Presentations from Qantas, Jetstar, Etihad Airways, United Airlines, Fiji Airways, Hawaiian Airlines, Royal Brunei Airlines and the Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development.

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