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All scheduled international and domestic flights arrive and depart from Perth Airport (IATA: PER). Though both international and domestic services operate under the same Perth Airport banner, the international terminal (Terminal 1) is in a completely separate area, about 10km from the domestic terminals (Terminals 2 and 3).

The domestic terminals are both connected as part of the same building, and it is just a short walk between them.

Major airlines operating from each terminal:

* Terminal 1 - Perth International Airport: AirAsia, Qantas, Malaysia Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Thai Air, Tiger Air, Virgin Blue and a few others.
* Terminal 2 - Qantas Perth Domestic Airport: Qantas domestic flights QF400 and above, QantasLink (which services numerous regional centres in WA), AirNorth and Jetstar.
* Terminal 3 - Skywest and Virgin Blue Domestic terminal. Other airlines flying from here include Ozjet, Alliance and other regional airlines.

Major domestic airlines servicing Perth Airport are Qantas (full-service), Virgin Blue (low-cost), Jetstar (low-cost, owned by Qantas and from Perth, only flies to Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Cairns. Flights to Brisbane & Gold Coast commence late 2010 / early 2011), Tiger Airways (Low-cost, only flies to a few cities), QantasLink (a regional subsidiary of Qantas) and Skywest (regional full-service, although does fly to Melbourne via Kalgoorlie).

International connections are mainly to Asian cities such as Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur Dubai, Hong Kong and Tokyo. From Africa, South African Airways operates a flight from Johannesburg.
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The city and major hotels can be easily accessed by taxi or commercial shuttle buses from all terminals. Courtesy phones are located inside the terminals (for the domestic terminal, the courtesy phone is surrounded by a large board advertising accommodation past the baggage conveyor belt as you leave the arrivals area).

For more than two people it is often cheaper and faster to take a taxi into the city (waiting time and drop off other passengers can make a shuttle bus service to the city very long!). A taxi by meter to the city will cost approximately $40 from the international airport; the shuttle costs about $16 per person.

There is no public transport to the international terminal.

Transperth buses serve the domestic terminals. Useful services are:

* Bus 36 is the quickest way into the city, going to/from the Perth Esplanade Busport or Midland train station.(every 30mins, 6:10AM-9:45PM, $3.60)
* Bus 37 runs from Kings Park via Perth city and connects with the Victoria Park Transfer Station and Belmont Forum Shopping Centre for connections with other Transperth bus/rail services. (every 30mins, 6:19AM-11:56PM, $3.60)
* Bus 40 runs weekday and weekend services from the Esplanade Busport, Perth city to the domestic terminals. (every 30mins, 9:28AM-10:45, $3.60)

There are a couple of coffee shops and food outlets both before and after security, as well as basic shopping, books and souvenirs. If you have some time to kill in transfers, there are some cafes open during business hours in the surrounding industrial park. Walk straight across the carpark, or turn right and walk past the long term car park to the Flight Path Cafe in the Civil Aviation Authority building.

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