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The cheapest time of year to fly to Adelaide from Melbourne is January. The most expensive is April.
The cheapest day of the week is usually Wednesday. The most expensive is usually Saturday.
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Melbourne to Adelaide flights are approximately 19% more expensive in the evening than in the morning
Jetstar, Qantas Airways, and Rex are the most popular carriers operating from Melbourne to Adelaide
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The cheapest time to buy a flight from Melbourne to Adelaide is approximately 42 days to departure
If you are looking to fly from Melbourne to Adelaide, you are most likely going to fly from Melbourne Airport to Adelaide Airport, the most popular airports on that route. If you are looking for an alternate airport near Melbourne Airport, Melbourne Avalon Airport is a great option and is located in Melbourne. You may be looking for an airport near Adelaide Airport to land at when travelling from Melbourne and Kingscote Airport, located in Kingscote is a great option. The least expensive flight option from Melbourne to Adelaide will typically be MEL — ADL during the month of August with an average price of $105 RT.
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Due to the global impact of COVID-19, some of our airline partners operating flights from Melbourne to Adelaide, such as Jetstar, Virgin Australia, and Tigerair Australia may have flexible cancellation policies in place. Use our site to search for all of the airlines offering this flexibility to you.
Melbourne and Adelaide are 653.3 km apart from one another. In terms of flight time, this usually takes a little over 1h 20m.
You can get both return and one-way flights from Melbourne to Adelaide at Tullamarine Airport. It's a full-blown international airport, too, with amenities to match. There are many shops, boutiques, convenience stores and newsagents, as well as plenty of places to grab a bit to eat or drink, from takeaways to sit-down restaurant meals. If you're travelling with young children, you can keep them entertained in the play area in Terminal 2 while you're waiting for your flight. Baby change facilities are also provided. Passengers with limited mobility or hidden disabilities can also organise personal human assistance throughout the airport. Adelaide Airport also has excellent family facilities, including 5-star Parent Rooms with feeding areas, microwaves and toddler toilets. There are lots of shops and food and drink outlets, from pharmacies clothing shops and perfumeries. There are also juice bars, old-style alehouses, doughnut kiosks, restaurants and coffee shops. Special assistance is available for any passengers who need it on Melbourne to Adelaide flights – just arrange in advance.
If you're catching flights from Melbourne to Adelaide, the best way to get to Tullamarine Airport is to head to the Skybus Coach Terminal in the city centre, where buses leave for the airport every 20min. It will take you about 30min to get there. You can also hire a taxi or a Jayride on-demand shuttle, both of which will take about 30min. If you drive there yourself or get someone to drop you off, it will take about 20min to get there. Adelaide Airport is closer to Adelaide's city centre. The cheapest transport option is to catch a J1 or J2 bus operated by the Adelaide Metro. It takes about 20min to make the trip and leave the airport every 20min. If you catch a taxi or hire a car, it's about an eight-minute drive.
Flights from Melbourne to Adelaide will put you in a more rural region of South Australia, with plenty of small towns in the area that you can visit to get a taste of the local lifestyle. Catch a bus to Mount Barker, which will take about 1h and 45min, or hire a car or taxi to get there in just over 30min. The pretty little town of McLaren Vale is to the south, and you can reach it in a little over 2h by taking a bus and then switching to the No.751 or 756 bus. Otherwise, you can drive there in about 35min. To the north, you'll find the town of Gawler, which is about a 2h and 20-minute bus ride away. Driving there will take around 40min .
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