Adelaide Airport is the largest airport in South Australia. It is the 5th busiest airport in the country. It is located near the West Beach suburb, 7 kilometers west of the Adelaide city center. The annual passenger traffic does not exceed nine million people. The airport serves mainly domestic destinations, and the share of the international traffic is about 13 percent. It serves as an auxiliary hub of the national Qantas Airlines, and as a hub for such low-cost companies as Virgin Australia and Jetstar. The first municipal airfield in the suburb of Hendon was built in 1921. It received postal planes from Sydney. The modern airport was opened in February 1955, and regular overseas lines were introduced in 1982. By 2005, the construction of a new airport terminal had been completed. This helped to increase the performance and receive the prestigious award — "The second best international airport in the world.
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Address: Australia, Adelaide
IATA code: ADL
Local time: +9 GMT
ICAO code: YPAD
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The distance from Adelaide to the center of Adelaide is 0 km.
On average, Adelaide serves 11 flights per day.