Canberra (CBR) Airport

Canberra CBR Airport Overview

Canberra International Airport CBR serves the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and the City of Canberra, as well as the New South Wales city of Queanbeyan. It is Australia's eight-busiest Airport -  also considered to be 'Sydneys second Airport'.  The Brindabella Business Park is adjacent to the passenger terminal.
Canberra is Australia's largest inland city, located at the northern end of ACT - 280 km SW of Sydney -with a population of 360,000.

CBR Airport is located 7.4 km southeast of Canberra and is directly accessible via  National Route Alt 23 or Pialligo Ave. It can also be accessed from the nearby Business Park via Tysen Drive.  Coming from Canberra, take the Morshead Rd. SE (pass three roundabouts); continue unto Palligo Av.; then take Airtourer Rd left, Genairco St. right, and continue to Terminal Circuit.

With two runways and an estimated yearly passenger count of 3.7M, Canberra Airport  is served by domestic airlines Qantas & Virgin Austrilia, offering direct & connections flights to destinations around the world.

The new Vibe Hotel Canberra Airport with 7 levels and 191 rooms - close to the passenger terminal -  offers free WiFi, a Vibe Fit gym, great onsite restaurant, fully adaptable conference & event spaces. (for bookin open:

The new state-of-the-art passenger terminal at Canberra Airport officially opened April 2014. The Customer Service Team can be contacted for assistance at 02 6275 2226; for recorded message call +(61 2) 6275 2236. 
The Terminal occupies 55,000 sq.meters of space, has 44 check-in counters, large baggage handling system, 4 baggage carousels, expanded security screening area, ten new glass-enclosed & air-conditioned boarding bridges, leather seating in the departure lounges, a large club lounge and new food & drink & retail concessions.
It is separated by the Atrium in the center (a three-level glass facade), into South and East Concourses (also referred to as Concourse Terminals). The carbon-friendly terminal features terrazzo flooring, glass walls, color-coded signage guiding passengers through arrivals & departures, business lounges with views; taxi rank waiting area with TV; and new Art.  Additionally, it has a new aircraft apron, multi-level car parks, indoor taxi rank & a dual-lane axial roadway. 
The final stage of development added more shops and food & drink outlets, a business center  with private desks & seating, mobile device charging station, and a Kids' play area.
The terminal includes customs, immigration & quarantine facilities, as well as transit lounges, baggage screening, processing & collection points, currency exchange & duty-free stores.  Two of the 14 boarding gates will initially be decidated to international flights, and another 6 gates can be added, as needed.
As stages One & Two of the Terminal improvent program have now been completed, the final third stage includes some more food & drink and retail outlets (according to demand), a business center with private desks, charge stations and seating accommodations., and  A Kids play area.

  Qantas (tel. 13 13 13) and Virgin Australia (tel. 13 67 89) started international air service in September 2015 ;
Singapore Airlines' non-stop Capital Express Route will start service in September 2016 four times a week (flight SQ292/291) to the capital cities of New Zealand and Australia (Wellington & Canberra), and to Singapore with worldwide connections.

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