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by web-administrator (March, 2015)


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(Guest Review from greenpapuche) I just spent a night in Sydney international airport. The 'waiting area', where you're allowed to spend the night, isn't comfortable at all... but you still can manage to sleep on the floor. Bring your sleeping bag with you because the AC is quite strong. Also, if you're a smoker, be careful, there's no smoking area past the customs and security.

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They employ THIEVES is baggage handling.

by web-administrator (November, 2014)


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(Guest Review from Hector) Every time I have checked my baggage in for an international flight more than 45 minutes before my flight is due to board, my baggage has been broken into, padlocks broken off, and items stolen from my luggage. EVERY TIME. I have made several complaints about this to Sydney Airport Management, including providing photos I have taken showing the contents of my packed luggage, the sealed and padlocked luggage, the luggage at the destination airport still on the luggage carousel with the padlocks gone, and opened, with items obviously missing and the rest obviously having been rifled through. A bit extreme? No, because it has happened EVERY SINGLE TIME, and Sydney Airport couldn't care less. So I finally sent all this to them, and guess what. I never heard another thing from them. When I contacted them 3 w continued >>

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Sydney Airport Review

by web-administrator (February, 2015)


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(Guest Review from Brooke) I'm in Sydney international terminal 1 at the moment and would like to clarify a few things: - there is no longer a sponsor nor a 2 hour limit on the free WiFi (at least not in Terminal 1, anyway). You may need to sign into the free WiFi again from time to time, but it's a decent enough speed for web browsing and I haven't been kicked off in about the 5 hours that I've been connected. The same WiFi network in domestic terminal 2 seemed a little slow though. The SSID (WiFi name) in both terminals is '-Free SYD-' - There are now phone charging stations in the eatery near Check-in counters B, and another one near Check-in counter F. I tested them on my Google Nexus 5 (micro USB port) and they all worked and did not look damaged. The charging stations are the pigeon hole type, where you sit nearby and leave your p continued >>

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Sydney Airport

by web-administrator (September, 2014)


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(GUEST) It's unbelievable and embarrassing for Australia that there is a charge to transfer between the domestic and international terminals.

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Sydney Airport

by web-administrator (January, 2014)


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(email submission from Quentin and Melinda) We just spend a night in Sydney airport, and after finding the spot easily thanks to your website, (arrivals level, near the access to the trains), we put our sleeping bags and mattresses on the ground for a few hours sleep. It is quite impossible to sleep on the chairs, and there are fresh 'winds'. We have been awaken by nice security agents around midnight to show our passports, and could go back to sleep again. There is an easy access to toilets, drinking water, power, wi-fi, and even hot showers for the morning! (check that the door is really closed on the men side...). A quite good night, compare to what we expected in an airport!

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