Direct flights to Adelaide
In Adelaide, there is a brilliant blend of things to see and do. See our guide to the destination and find all direct flights available.
Adelaide International is a medium sized and largest airport in Australia. In total there are 31 airports with direct flights to Adelaide from 7 different countries and 8 U.S. states. The airport is a hub for Qantas (Secondary hub.) and Sharp Airlines . You can easily reach Adelaide with daily non-stop flights from 6 other major hubs like Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane (Qantas).
Non-stop routes to ADL:
Festivals and food. Arts and culture. Shopping and sports. This is Adelaide - the Australian city where there's always something on.
The capital city of South Australia, Adelaide has the perfect mix of a beautiful city, pristine beaches, rolling vineyards, world class food and great wildlife. As well as a Mediterranean climate, Adelaide has a European influence with lovely historic buildings, superb Italian restaurants and a great selection of cultural attractions including museums, galleries and festivals.
Direct flights to Adelaide
Are you looking for a direct flight to Adelaide? Look no further! In the list below you can find some of the airports with the highest frequency of direct flights for Adelaide. Follow the links to read more about each flight option and to book your next flight.
- Direct flights from Melbourne (MEL) to Adelaide (ADL)
- Direct flights from Sydney (SYD) to Adelaide (ADL)
- Direct flights from Denpasar (DPS) to Adelaide (ADL)
- Direct flights from Doha (DOH) to Adelaide (ADL)
- Direct flights from Singapore (SIN) to Adelaide (ADL)
All about Adelaide
Founded by Colonel William Light in 1836, Adelaide was designed in the style of a grid with wide expansive streets, gorgeous parklands and lovely city squares. Adelaide has many attractions for visitors including the National Wine Centre for Australia, South Australian Museum, an excellent Art Gallery, stunning Botanical Gardens and the Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute.
Hop on a tram for a trip to the seaside suburb of Glenelg or head into the Adelaide Hills, home to several wildlife parks and the Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens. Just an hour from Adelaide is the Barossa Valley, one of Australia’s most important and well known wine regions. With over 50 cellar doors, taste some of the famous wines from this area including Jacob’s Creek and Wolf Blass and enjoy a gourmet lunch at one of the many excellent restaurants in the region.
How to find a cheap flight to Adelaide
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The prices of flights to Adelaide will usually increase the closer you are to departure time and during peak travel times such as the summer months, Easter and Christmas. We would recommend that in order to benefit from the cheapest flights to Adelaide, to book well in advance and to avoid the most popular times of the year to visit.
Adelaide has a Mediterranean climate, with hot summers and cool to mild winters. Rain falls mainly between May and August, but on average the city is fairly dry. Summers can be extremely hot, but in winter a warm coat is often required.