International Airport railway station, Sydney
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International Airport Railway Station
|Address||Qantas Drive, Mascot
New South Wales, Australia
|Line(s)||Airport railway line|
|Distance||8.27 km (5.14 mi) from Central|
|Fare zone||My Multi 1|
International Airport (also known as International Airport and formerly International) is an underground railway station which serves the International Terminal of Sydney Airport. It opened in 2000 as part of the Airport line and is operated by a private company, with passengers required to pay a surcharge to use the station on top of the standard fare.
The station contains two side platforms and is located beneath a carpark to the west of terminal T1 and connects to it via a pedestrian subway. Larger lifts and wider ticket barriers are installed to cater for passengers with baggage.
Platforms and services
The station serves trains on the Airport & East Hills Line. Services runs approximately every 10–15 minutes in each direction. Travel time to Central Station in the city is approx. 13 minutes.
The station is served by four to six trains per hour each way, with additional trains during weekday peak hours.
|1||All stations services to Central and the City Circle via the Airport|
|2||All stations and limited stops services to Kingsgrove, Revesby, Glenfield, Campbelltown and Macarthur via Wolli Creek|
Sydney Buses runs one route via International Airport Terminal station:
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