The airport has all the services and facilities that you may need including banking and currency exchanges, duty free shopping, internet access and dining. A variety of shopping offered at both terminals provides a range of last minute options including locally produced wines, chocolates, jewellery, fashion and souvenirs.
Due to security arrangements at both the domestic and international terminals, you should allow plenty of time to check in and pass through security and customs. If booked on a domestic flight, you should arrive at least an hour before your flight and if travelling internationally, you should arrive at least two hours ahead of the flight to pass through security clearance and customs.
Since the airport is only six kilometres from the city, reaching your destination is straightforward and there are a variety of transport options to get you where you need to be. There are taxis that can be hired from directly outside the terminals, hire cars and if you feel like splashing out – limousines. The Jet Bus is a public bus service that runs 7 days a week from 4:30 am through to 11:35 pm. The main Jet Bus routes are City to Airport, Golden Grove Village to Airport, Tea Tree Plaza to Airport and Greenwith to Airport.
The Skylink Airport Shuttle provides connections between the airport, the CBD and rail connections at the Keswick Interstate Railway Terminal. You can also arrange pick up and drop off from most inner city hotels every day of the year except Christmas Day. The Adelaide Airport Flyer is an excellent choice for visitors going a little further afield. It offers minibus airport transfers to Adelaide’s outer suburbs and surrounding areas such as the Barossa Valley, Hahndorf, Victor Harbour, Gawlor, Paralowie and many other locations. This is a door to door service for your convenience, but you will need to book your trip 48 hours in advance of your arrival or departure.