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The cheapest time of year to fly to Islamabad from Sydney is April. The most expensive is September.
The cheapest day of the week is usually Tuesday. The most expensive is usually Friday.
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Sydney to Islamabad flights are approximately 10% more expensive in the evening than in the afternoon
Air China, China Southern, and Emirates are the most popular carriers operating from Sydney to Islamabad
Sydney Kingsford Smith - Islamabad Intl
Fly from Sydney Kingsford Smith to Islamabad Intl for the best Sydney - Islamabad flight prices
39 days before
The cheapest time to buy a flight from Sydney to Islamabad is approximately 39 days to departure
When you’re planning your trip from Sydney to Islamabad, the most popular airport-to-airport route is Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport to Islamabad Intl Airport. You may be looking for an airport near Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport to depart from when travelling to Islamabad and Newcastle Williamtown Airport, located in Newcastle is a great option. If you are looking for an alternate airport to fly into near Islamabad Intl Airport, Peshawar Airport is a great option and is located in Peshawar. The cheapest route from Sydney to Islamabad is SYD — ISB with an average price of $1,589 RT during the month of June.
|Air China||PriceFrom $758||Free cancellation||Rating|
|China Southern||PriceFrom $1,155||Free cancellation||Rating|
|Etihad Airways||PriceFrom $1,203||Free cancellation||Rating|
|Virgin Australia||PriceFrom $1,280||Free cancellation||Rating|
|Thai Airways||PriceFrom $1,292||Free cancellation||Rating|
|Emirates||PriceFrom $1,425||Free cancellation||Rating|
|Qatar Airways||PriceFrom $1,448||Free cancellation||Rating|
Some of our partner airlines flying from Sydney Kingsford Smith to Islamabad Intl are adapting new policies due to the global impact of COVID-19. Some of the airlines that may be waiving their cancellation fees are Etihad Airways, Air China, and Qatar Airways. You can search for the full list of airlines such as Etihad Airways that are offering this flexibility.
Sydney Kingsford Smith and Islamabad Intl are 11071.1 km apart from one another. A reasonable flight in good conditions will take 17h 10m.
Sidney Kingsford Smith is the main international airport in Australia and the busiest in the country. It’s the home airport for Australia’s national airline, Qantas, and an important base for Jetstar and Virgin Australia. It has plenty of modern facilities on offer for all kinds of travellers. From here, you can catch return or one-way flights from Sydney to Islamabad. It’s fully accessible, with pick-up spaces, wheelchair access throughout and personal assistance available on request for passengers with limited mobility. Identification lanyards are available for passengers with hidden disabilities too. The airport has a world-class duty-free area and plenty of shops, restaurants, coffee shops and fast-food outlets. Islamabad Airport has a range of Passenger Facilitation Services to help with luggage and guidance around the airport. Special care can be provided for elderly passengers or those with limited mobility. This includes fast-tracking through the arrivals process. There are refreshment centres, coffee shops and a patisserie, as well as a duty-free shopping area.
The easiest way to get to Sydney Airport is to take a Sydney Trains on the Lines T8 or T9. These leave the centre of the city from Wynyard Station every 5min and take about 20min to get to the airport. Otherwise, you can catch the Line 309 bus for a trip of just under 25min. If you want to drive there yourself, it will take you about 13min, the same amount of time as a taxi commute. Once you’ve landed in Pakistan, you won’t be able to get any public transport from Islamabad Airport to the centre of the city. Your two options are to take a taxi or organise a hire car when you book your flights from Sydney to Islamabad. The trip will only take you about 15min.
On arrival after flights from Sydney to Islamabad, you’ll be well placed to reach other tourist destinations and cities in this region of Pakistan. Rawalpindi is the nearest major urban area, only about a 13-minute drive south from the airport, either by taxi or car hire. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to take public transport directly from the airport. Abbottabad is a bit further away to the north, taking about 1h and 30min to drive there. Once again public transport isn’t available to make this connection. Travel to the west, and you’ll encounter the town of Attock, which is about 1h and 10min away by taxi or hire car. It’s always a good idea to keep an eye out on momondo for cheap flights from Sydney to Islamabad.
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