Qantas today announced that it would commence QantasLink operations from Sydney Airport`s Terminal 2, the former Ansett domestic terminal, on Tuesday 24 September.
Executive General Manager Sales and Marketing John Borghetti said Qantas would utilise gates in Pier B of Terminal 2 for QantasLink regional and leisure flights, with the exception of Gold Coast and Canberra services which would continue to operate from Terminal 3, the Qantas Domestic Terminal.
“The expansion into Terminal 2 is a positive move for our customers, providing a dedicated regional and leisure terminal and easing congestion across our Sydney operations,” Mr Borghetti said.
“Terminal 2 check-in facilities will be provided in the main concourse and also within the 230-seat Qantas Club lounge located in Pier B.”
A variety of retail facilities will also be available within the Terminal.
From Tuesday 24 September: - Flights QF001 to QF399 will operate from Terminal 1 (Sydney International terminal) - Flights QF400 to QF1599 will operate from Terminal 3 (Qantas Domestic terminal) - Flights QF1600 and above will operate from Terminal 2 (the former Ansett domestic terminal)
Qantas will continue to offer seamless transfer between Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, with convenient transfer between Terminal 3 and Terminal 2 via the Airport Link rail walkway.
More information about the expansion into Terminal 2 will soon be available on the new-look qantas.com website.