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Adelaide Airport Public Transport
is located at a distance of 7 km from city center. You can reach the
Airport via private taxi and Metro bus services which run at regular
basis especially to / from the Airport.
a $10 shuttle bus will get you to major hotels in Adelaide, or a regular
JetBus (J1 or J1X) will take you to various stops in the city and Glenelg
beach for less than $6, depending on your type of ticket.
JetBus is a Metroticket
service. Single trip and daytrip tickets can be purchased from bus
Taxi drop off is located
at Atura Circuit, between the terminal and Atura Hotel. Access to the
terminal is via the northern doors. The lifts or escalators will take
you to departures on Level 2.
To exit the airport, there is a designated taxi rank located to the left
(western side) of the pedestrian plaza as you walk out of the terminal.
There is a $3 levy added to all fares for taxis leaving the airport.
Taxi drivers must be accredited in order to pick up passengers at
Chauffeured vehicles can be booked from Adelaide Airport at any time.
The designated pick-up area is just to the left of the taxi rank as you
leave the terminal, although in most cases your driver will be able to
meet you in the terminal at the bottom of the main escalators. As with
any chauffeured vehicle service, it’s best to book in advance of your
Chauffeured vehicle drivers must be accredited in order to pick up
passengers at Adelaide Airport.
Ride sharing services such as Uber are now available at Adelaide
Airport. There is designated pick up facility just to the left of the
short term car park as you leave the terminal. Walk across the main
pedestrian plaza and then cross at the pedestrian lights at the pick-up
and drop-off zone.
Remember you will need to book your ride-sharing service using the
relevant app before proceeding to the pick-up facility.
There is a $3 levy added to fares for ride-sharing services leaving the