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    Default Dumb question about international flight

    I'm sure the answer is obvious, but severe sleep deprivation has marred my powers of logical thought.

    DP is flying home from Germany tomorrow. His stop over is in Perth before continuing on to Melbourne. So at Melbourne, do I pick him up from international or domestic arrivals!?!

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    If its same airline, just refuelling at Perth then international. If he's getting a completely different flight on domestic airline then it's domestic. DH thinks there's only one terminal at Melbourne anyway??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    If its same airline, just refuelling at Perth then international. If he's getting a completely different flight on domestic airline then it's domestic. DH thinks there's only one terminal at Melbourne anyway??
    Two terminals at Melbourne Airport - International is downstairs and Domestic is upstairs.

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    You should be able to work it out from the flight number.

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    If it's not an Aussie airline, international.

    If it's qantas Jetstar or virgin blue you'll need to check what the flight number is and suss it out.

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    Thanks, I'll check his flight number and work it out from that.
    Normally his stop over is Dubai or Hong Kong, so coming via Perth this time threw me.
    I just don't want to be wandering around the airport at 10pm looking for him with 4 tired kids in tow!

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    If he changes planes in Perth then pick up will be domestic. If there is no change of planes then pick up will be from International.


 

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