By Chris JonesPublished July 05, 2018 09:56:52The airport is a long way from Sydney’s CBD, but its popularity as a gateway for international travel is only growing.
It has long been known for its international connections, but the airport is also known for being a gateway to a range of local and international services, from airfares to food and beverage.
Its main airport, in Sydney’s east, was built in the 1970s and is still largely a commuter hub, though a number of major hubs are opening and will soon expand.
The airport was originally a military airfield in the 1960s but was changed to a transport hub in the 1980s.
In a sign of how international its service has become, the Australian Government recently opened a second terminal, at the eastern end of the airport, and is currently developing a third.
It is the largest terminal outside of New Zealand and Australia, but it is also a major hub for air traffic in China and India.
The map below shows the locations of the busiest international airports and major transport hubs.
The Map:The best way for you to get around the airportIn an effort to get more people into the airport’s main terminal, Sydney Airport has introduced new taxi and train services to make the airport more accessible for people using a car or bike.
The new transport services are being launched under the Sydney Airport Transport Hub, which has been operating since the late 1970s.
These include the Blue Train, which offers shuttle services between the airport and other major locations in Sydney.
The Blue Train has already launched from the terminal, but now the airport will offer a free shuttle service between the Blue Terminal and the Blue Parklands Transit Hub, where the Blue Airport is located.
The service, which is free for all, will be available to the public on a first come, first served basis.
The Sydney Airport is also set to open a new terminal next year, but no date has been announced.