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Flights to Geraldton Western Australia

Western Australia / July 26, 2019

Airlines that fly from Geraldton to Perth

There are at least three and up to 10 daily direct flights from Geraldton to Perth in Western Australia. Flights serving this domestic route are operated by Virgin Australia Regional Airlines and QantasLink, the former offering more flights in a day, while the latter only has once to twice daily flights. As of writing, there are no airlines that offer connecting flights between Geraldton and Perth.

Terminal Information

Geraldton Airport primarily works as the regional base for aircraft charter operations, flight training, private flying, aerial and agricultural work, as well as aircraft maintenance within the mid-western region. The airport also offers general aviation to the City of Greater Geraldton and often meets its many transportation, industrial, and commercial needs. In relation to this, the airport only has a small terminal that caters to departing and arriving passengers.

Arriving passengers from Geraldton are received at Perth Airport’s Terminals 2 and 4. Terminal 2 handles flights operated by Virgin Australia Regional Airlines, along with flights by Alliance and Tiger. Terminal 4 (the Qantas terminal), on the other hand, is operated by Qantas Group, with the domestic flights of Qantas, QantasLink, and Jetstar being handled here.

To continue on to your journey from Perth Airport, there are buses and taxis that wait outside of each terminal that can bring passengers to different parts of Perth and nearby areas.

Practical Information

For domestic flights within Australia, allow ample time for check-in and security, with at least an hour before your scheduled departure time as the advised time to be at the airport. Some of the documents that may be required when checking-in for domestic flights include your booking reference, ticket, and picture IDs such as your driver’s licence and passport.

What to expect in Perth

Given that Geraldton and Perth are both under the Western Australia region, there is no time difference between the two cities. Both of them also experience a Mediterranean climate, with mild but wet winters and very hot and dry summers.

There are not enough data available to compare the difference of the cost of living between Geraldton and Perth. However, expect fast food prices to be the same, and restaurant prices to be around 5-35% cheaper in Perth than in Geraldton. A litre of gasoline is also cheaper, but public transportation and taxi fares in Perth are more expensive.

Source: www.skyscanner.com.au