Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport is an international airport serving Sydney Australia. It is also (colloquially) known as Mascot Airport, Kingsford Smith Airport, and Sydney Airport. The airport is located in the suburb of Mascot.

Reviews – What People Are Saying

Here are some Sydney Airport reviews sent by those who have used the facilities and services of the airport.
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To make them stand out and  easily identifiable to passengers and airport visitors who might require assistance, Sydney Airport Ambassadors wear bright blue jackets as their uniform. The ambassadors are located throughout the airport terminals and marked information desks.

Sydney Airport Reviews - Airport DiningAirport Visitors and passengers can choose from the following fastfood chains and restaurants;  SumoSalad, Inbound Cafe, Hokka Hokka, Veloce Espresso, Coopers Alehouse, Mrs. Fields Bakery, Hungry Jack’s Mad Mex, Red Rooster, Viaggio Espresso + Bar, Krispy Kreme, Pete’s Pies, Taste of Thai, Black Cafe & Bar, Pie Face, Sushia, Coast Cafe, Chuf Burger, Benny Burger, Roll’d, Peroni Bar, Pretzel World, The Bistro by Wolfgang Puck, NRG Express, Subway, Hudson’s Coffee,  Bar Corretto, Casa by Schibello, Joe & The Juice, Nourish Cafe, Oliver Brown, and many more to pick up something to fill their stomach while waiting for their flight or before leaving the airport facilities.  

Sydney Airport Reviews - Airport ShopingShopping establishments such as Merino, Heinemann Tax & Duty Free, Think Sydney, NewsLink, Fendi, Seed Kids, Mimco, Oxford, Kailis, Michael Kors, Pandora, Blue Illusion, Tech2Go, Marcs, Bijou Collection, Nine West, Hugo Boss, Travelex, Around Australia, WHSmith, Metalicus, Australian Way, Montblanc, Jimmy Choo, Surf Dive ‘n’ Ski, Country Road, Napoleon, Victoria’s Secret, and several others are located throughout the airport terminals. Passengers and visitors can check out these stores to pass the time and look for gift items for friends and loved ones.

Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the International and Domestic Terminals of the airport. Internet Kiosks are also available in several locations in the international and domestic terminals.


Sydney Airport is located five miles south of the city centre of Sydney, in Mascot. Passengers and visitors may go to and from the airport via the underground rail line, buses, taxi, bicycle, rental and private cars. The airport also has car parks for private cars and bicycle racks. It is also accessible by foot in certain areas.

Location – Traffic – Service

The airport is owned by the Leased Commonwealth Airport and is operated by Sydney Airport Corporation Limited. It serves as the hub for Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Regional Express Airlines, Virgin Australia, and Tigerair Australia. In 2016, Sydney Airport served 41,870,000 passengers, carried 444,419 tonnes of airfreight in 2012, and recorded 327,190 aircraft movements in 2013-2014.

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To wrap it up…

Sydney Airport has lots of shopping and dining options, but a lot of passengers and visitors are not satisfied with the services and other facilities of the airport. Many Sydney Airport reviews submitted by visitors and passengers complain about slow and long lines,  bad baggage handling speed and bad signage; while there are others who claim that the airport services have improved through the years.



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