Arrivals and Departures
Melbourne Airport has 56 gates spread over four terminals to serve passengers.
Terminal 1 hosts domestic services for Qantas and Jetstar and is the main terminal for flights to popular destinations around the country.
Terminal 2 is Melbourne Airport’s international terminal and the largest terminal on-site, serving airlines including Cathay Pacific, Malaysian Airlines, Qantas, United Airlines, Emirates and more.
Virgin Australia and Regional Express Airlines operate from Terminal 3, while Terminal 4 is dedicated to budget airlines – the first facility of its kind in Australia.
Facilities at Melbourne Airport
Melbourne’s excellent facilities make it easy for passengers to relax and prepare for the flight ahead. A range of cafes, bars and restaurants provide passengers with plenty of dining options, including crowd favourites such as McDonalds, Nandos and Macchinetta.
Excellent shops and duty-free stores mean travellers can pick up any forgotten items or indulge in some retail therapy before boarding. From toiletries and clothing to designer jewellery, the airport’s shops have plenty to offer passengers who want to shop before or after their flight.