Cairns Airport

Cairns Airport is both an international and domestic airport. It is the fifth busiest airport in Australia.  You will find everything you need to know by accessing this website. http://www.cairnsairport.com.au/  and http://www.cairnsweb.com.au/cairns/cairns-international-airport.asp

Cairns Airport Pty Ltd

Address: Airport Avenue, Cairns Airport, Cairns QLD 4870
Postal: PO Box 57 Airport Administration Centre, Cairns Airport QLD 4870
Office: Tom McDonald Building, Rapide Court, Cairns Airport

General Enquiries: + 61 (07) 4080 6703 (Office Hours 0830 – 1700 hrs Mon – Fri excluding Public Holidays)
Contact us: http://www.cairnsairport.com.au/corporate/contact-us/

ARRIVING:

Transport Option: http://www.cairnsairport.com.au/travelling/parking-and-transport/transport-options/

Domestic http://www.cairnsairport.com.au/travelling/arriving/domestic-arrivals/

International: http://www.cairnsairport.com.au/travelling/arriving/international-arrivals/

Pick up Zones: http://www.cairnsairport.com.au/travelling/arriving/pick-up-zone/

Currency Exchange: http://www.cairnsairport.com.au/travelling/arriving/international-arrivals/

Transiting: Connecting with other airlines: http://www.cairnsairport.com.au/travelling/arriving/transiting/

Passport: http://www.passportguide.digitalpublish.com.au/

Medicines and Medical Equipment: http://www.cairnsairport.com.au/travelling/airport-guide/security/

Although there are exemptions for prescription medicines, it is advisable to ensure they are in the original chemist supplied containers with the prescription attached.  Whilst exemptions apply, only the required amount for the flight’s duration and possible delays should be taken into the aircraft cabin.  Non-prescribed medicines are allowed but again the quantity must be consistent with the journey and what may be reasonably required during flight and a possible delay.  Products required must be kept in a transparent resealable bag.