Do you have a Sydney stopover coming up? Australia's largest city has plenty for visitors to see and do, and the airport is just a short train ride from the city centre. But if you're just staying one night in Sydney between flights, there is also an increasingly large choice of airport hotels near both the domestic and international terminals. Whether you’re just in transit … [Read more...]
Stopover Guides is a popular topic at the Australian Frequent Flyer. In this category we provide tips and recommendations for stopovers at various airports such transport to the airport/city, things to do at the airport, where to stay, best airport lounges etc.
When travelling to Europe to/from Australia you will almost certainly have a stopover. For example, QF1, stops in Singapore in both directions.
Los Angeles, California. It's home to the glitz and glam of Hollywood, a short drive from Disneyland and the location of the largest international airport on the west coast of the United States. With 69% of flights from Australia to the US mainland arriving at Los Angeles International Airport, there's a good chance you'll be flying through LA on your next trip to the … [Read more...]
Doha, Qatar. It's home to Hamad International Airport, the megahub of Oneworld's Qatar Airways. If you're flying with Qatar Airways to pretty much anywhere, you'll be passing through this airport. Hamad International Airport is a world-class airport - clean, modern and connecting through there is relatively easy. But if you find yourself with a Doha stopover of more than … [Read more...]
If you're flying with Finnair to Europe, you'll be travelling via Helsinki. The efficiency of Helsinki Airport makes it one of the best in Europe. In fact, Helsinki Airport's Minimum Connect Times range from just 20 minutes for intra-Schengen connections, to 40 minutes when connecting from a long-haul international flight to any destination within Europe. Unlike in Sydney, … [Read more...]
Dubai, United Arab Emirates. In aviation terms, it's the centre of the world. One third of the world's population lives within a 4 hour flight of Dubai International Airport, and two thirds live within 8 hours. It's for this reason that Emirates has been able to create a super-hub in Dubai, connecting passengers flying to destinations all over the world. If you're flying … [Read more...]