Home' Perth Guide : Perth Guide 08 Contents AS PERTH IS GROWING, SO ARE WE
In 1985, Perth Airport had 1.86 million passengers
through its doors – today it’s more than 13.8 million.
As one of Australia’s busiest airports, we have been working hard to create a
better travel experience for you. We are more than doubling the size of our
terminal facilities and opening exciting new retail and dining options.
Our redevelopment is well and truly underway:
• The $225 million expansion of the international arrivals and departures areas
is significantly progressed. The first phase of the international arrivals expansion
was completed in November 2013, relocating inbound Immigration (Passport
Control) to the first level next to a new walk-through JR/Duty Free store.
The second phase, expanding the baggage reclaim and Biosecurity
(Quarantine) areas on the ground floor, is progressing quickly and will
be complete in the coming months.
• Construction of the first A380 gate was finished in December 2013,
and will facilitate regular A380 services by international airlines.
• Construction of the $190 million Domestic Pier, which will become
home to Virgin Australia’s domestic services in 2015, is well advanced.
When open, customers will be able to access regional, interstate and
international services in one convenient location.
• Dedicated pick-up and drop-off areas are provided at the front of each
terminal to enable easy access to taxis and Connect shuttle bus services
• More than $30 million is being invested in Terminal 3, the Multi-user Domestic
Terminal, to expand the security screening area on the ground floor and create
a new departures area on level 1.
New dining area at Terminal 1
Please remember to check your itinerary carefully, or contact your airline before
you travel, to ensure you go to the correct terminal at Perth Airport.
A number of airlines operate from more than one terminal.
TERMINAL 1 (T1) All international services
TERMINAL 2 (T2)
• Alliance Airlines
• Tigerair (interstate services)
• Virgin Australia (most regional services)
TERMINAL 3 (T3)
• Virgin Australia (interstate and some regional services)
• Qantas (some regional services)
• Jetstar (all domestic services)
TERMINAL 4 (T4) • Qantas (interstate and regional services)
Whether you are travelling internationally or simply coming to the airport to
meet family and friends, you will notice that level 1 in Terminal 1 (T1) is undergoing
a significant makeover.
Exciting new retail outlets are currently being fitted-out, along with the construction
of a central dining area that will offer a vast range of food and beverage options.
Newslink and Dome are still trading on level 1, however, they will be closed from
August. All other retails and dining stores have closed, including JR/Duty Free.
That doesn’t mean you can’t shop, drink and eat at Perth Airport. Once passengers
go through Immigration (Passport Control) and security screening, they can visit
all the shops on level 2.
Shortly, 'pop-up' food and beverage stores will begin to replace the food outlets
that are closing and you will always be able to get a coffee and a bite to eat at
Mattress Blue Bar on the ground floor.
Terminal 1 transforms
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